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Clemson University 



Clemson, South Carolina 29632 
Volume 78 




Overleaf photo by Michael J 
Morga 



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Approaching 



Jill Russell 
When class was over, students filed out of 
the new Hunter Chemistry Building audi- 
torium. 



In 1987 we were approaching the end, the end of an era, and the 
beginning of a new one. Clemson celebrated its ninety-ninth birth- 
day this year and we remembered all of the changes that the original 
Clemson College went through. We wanted to dedicate this book to 
all of the achievements that Clemson University has made. 

On April 16, 1888, now regarded as Founder's Day, Thomas Green 
Clemson bestowed $80,000 "to establish an agricultural college 
which will afford useful information to the farmers and mechanics 
. . . therefore, it should afford thorough instruction in agriculture 
and the natural sciences. It should combine, if practicable, physical 
and intellectual education, and should be a high seminary of learn- 
ing ..." how true these words would later ring. 

The first students, 446 of them, arrived on July 6, 1893 at the then 
all-male military academy. This tradition continued until 1955 when 
the first women were allowed. This was a truly historic yeai", as we 
also saw the school change from a military academy to a civilian 
college. In 1963 Harvey Gantt, the school's first black student was 
enrolled and "integration with dignity" came to South Carolina. 

In 1964 Clemson became a fully accredited university and in the 
next twenty-plus years would make strides to become one of the 
South's truly great land-grant universities. By 1987 there were nine 
academic colleges offering 62 undergraduate and 61 graduate areas of 



The 
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OPENING ^ 



(top) Students really get involved with the 
Spirit Blitz game with pom-poms, face 
paint and banners. 

(bottom) Football tickets for the USC 
game became a prize commodity. For some 
students they were worth camping out at 
the library overnight. 




Michael J. Morga 



OPENING 




Clemson University is beautifully set on 
Lake Hartwell, and the students make full 
use of the activities offered by the lake. 







Brian Koldyke 



Extraordinary pregame entertainment is 
provided by the Golden Knights when they 
parachute into the stadium. 



Michael J. Morga 



OPENING X. 



(far right) After a climactic and well-exe- 
cuted year, some members of the soccer 
team celebrate the end of the season as the 
new National Champions. 

(right) The football season brought a 
sweet victory over Georgia, a stinging loss 
to use and a fantastic finale in the Citrus 
Bowl. 

(below) The winter storm in January froze 
some objects in a dead stillness while oth- 
ers it couldn't come close to stopping. 





Richard M. Baldwin II 



OPENING 




Robert L. Hall Jr. 



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The students were also approaching the end. The seniors were 
approaching the end of their stay at Clemson and the beginning of 
the rest of their lives in the real world. The juniors were to be leaving 
the university as the Centennial Class. The sophomores passed 
through the halfway mark of their college careers and the freshmen 
moved on to the better part of their's. Looking back on the first 
hundred years we could only hope that the next 100 would be 
equally eventful. 



Joel Lehrer 



OPENING X. 



In the spring, the azalea beds in front of 
the President's mansion add color to the 
entire university. 



Srivaths Srinivasan 
A crowd gathers to watch the ascension of 
the WYFF hot air balloon. 

The picturesque and historical Calhoun 
mansion is located in the midst of the hus- 
tle and bustle of university life. 




Richard M. Baldwin II 



OPENING 



(far right) The sisters of Kappa Kappa 
Gamma show their hand-raising spirit at 
the First Friday Parade. 

(right) Clemson has many classrooms, 
some more peaceful than others. 



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(above) One of the outstanding visitors at 
Homecoming was the one and only Mickey 
Mouse. 

(far right) The Bishop's dog Prince waits 
hopefully by his fence for some attention. 









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Richard M. Baldwin II 



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Approaching 

The End 



Michael Nelon, Brian Koldyke, Meg Pride- 
more and the trucker take a break from 
unloading the 1987 TAPS — all 800 boxes 
of them. 

The Spirit Blitz weekend produced mega- 
phones, balloons and even banners out on 
the main thoroughfare. 




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Michael J. Morga 



12 ^S. OPENING 



Spring/Summer 16 

Welcome Back 18 

Part-time Jobs 20 

TAPS Salutes 24 

Crop Walk 28 

First Friday 30 

Tickets 36 

Bowman Field 38 

Homecoming 40 

College Bowl 48 

Beauties 50 



Clemson Players 54 

Adults 58 

Student Police 60 

Speakers 64 

Interviews 72 

ROTC 74 

Student Development 78 

Coffeehouse 80 

Spirit Blitz 82 

Christmas 86 

Concerts 88 



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In late spring, and early summer be- 
fore the final exams, students felt the 
spring fever of summer vacation. The 
long hours of study were finally over 
and the days of summer relaxation were 
getting closer as each day passed. It was 
a time to laugh, perform crazy stunts, 
and attend various concerts and events. 
But mostly, it was just a chance to have 
a great time and spend moments with 
that someone special. 

It also gave many the opportunity to 
gain valuable experience by working 
part-time jobs. The experience helped 
many to find employment outside the 
university as soon as their graduation 
date finally appeared. 

Also, others found it beneficial to 
study and attend classes in the summer 
to either catch up or obtain an extra 
step towards their degree. It took dedi- 
cation to study for classes and obtain 
the "B" average when everyone else 
around was having fun." 



Kevin L. Belt 




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An outdoor concert is an excellent change 
to reward oneself after long hours of con- 
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The brilliant colors of the dogwood trees 
on the east side of campus provide an ex- 
cellent place to study. 

"Weeeee. This reminds me of my younger 

days." 



SPRING SUMMER 



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This next song is dedicated especially to 
you. 

Feast your eyes upon the next generation 
of designer clothing, the "Stay-at-home" 
collection. 

These students are finding the festival is a 
great success as crowds continued to con- 
gregate for the celebration on the street. 

It is not an easy decision when the restau- 
rants of the city of Clemson provide so 
many delightful samples. 



At the beginning of the fall semester, 
the Alumni Center, in cooperation with 
the Clemson Chamber of Commerce, 
welcomed the students of Clemson Uni- 
versity with a celebration on Main 
Street. The Welcome Back Festival 
never ceased to amaze the students as 
the Chamber and Alumni organization 
continued to top their previous years' 
performance. College Avenue, from the 
Subway II Shoppe at the corner of 
Highway 93 to Lynch's Drug Store in 
front of First Federal of South Caroli- 
na, was closed by the City of Clemson 
and University Police Departments so 
that the area restaurants could sell tick- 
ets for samples to students. 

The uniqueness of this event was that 
this event was the only one of its kind 
within this area. Not only did the stu- 



dents benefit by learning the types of 
restaurants that are in Clemson, but 
merchants had the, opportunity to ad- 
vertise their shoppes. It was also a 
chance for the students to meet the 
friends of the university. 

The students and citizens of the city 
of Clemson formed a bond of unity and 
friendship as they welcomed the incom- 
ing freshman and transfer students to 
the "family" away from home. Clemson 
citizens took an extra step this year as 
in previous years in order to help the 
students continue their studies and not 
only become the future leaders of to- 
morrow, but to help them succeed in 
their chosen profession. 



Kevin L. Belt 




18 



STUDENT LIFE 




WELCOME BACK X. 19 




Working On 

The Chain 

Gang 

Through part-time jobs on and off- 
campus, many Clemson University stu- 
dents gained valuable work experience. 
Students workers made important con- 
tributions to the work place and per- 
formed a variety of responsible tasks. 
Popular places of employment included 
the post office, library, police depart- 
ment, bookstore, and academic build- 
ings. Local businesses also employed a 
large number of students. University 
students worked in restaurants, cloth- 
ing stores, and grocery stores in down- 
town Clemson. 

Dorisine Frazier, a sophomore politi- 
cal science major from Atlanta, Georgia, 
was employed at the University Post 
Office. Her responsibilities included 
forwarding mail and placing letters and 
announcements into student post office 
boxes. Frazier worked twelve hours a 
week and planned her work schedule 
around her class schedule in order to 
have spare time for studying and being 
with friends. Frazier enjoyed the sense 
of responsibility she received from 
working at the post office. "Although 
my parents give me spending money, I 
feel a certain satisfaction knowing Fm 
paying some of my expenses," she said. 

Stephanie Harris, a junior accounting 
major from Ridgeway, S.C, was em- 
ployed off-campus at Winn-Dixie in 
downtown Clemson. Harris worked 15- 
20 hours per week in the bakery/deli 
section. Her responsibilities included 
preparing food and attending the 
counter. 

"In many aspects, working off-cam- 
pus is a disadvantage because I have 
less versatility with my hours and I 
have to drive to work," she said. "On 
the other hand, I get paid more money 
and I have much more responsibility." 
Prior to her job at Winn Dixie, Harris 




had never worked before. "When I first 
came to college, I decided to help my 
parents pay for some of my expenses." 

"Working at the Book Store allows 
me the opportunity to meet interesting 
people each day," stated Pam Frick. 
Frick, a sophomore secondary educa- 
tion major from Chapin, S.C, was em- 
ployed University Book Store. Frick 
worked 23 hours per week at the Infor- 
mation Desk with responsibilities in- 
cluding answering the telephone, help- 
ing students locate class materials, and 
answer questions on ordering special 
order items concerning Orange Aids. 

Weldon Vanzell Haire, a junior me- 



Working between classes distributing 
mail provides a great part-time job for 
students. 

Though the work is demanding and the 
mail is great in quantity, she still main- 
tains a smile for all of her co-workers. 




20 X. STUDENT LIFE 




chanical engineering major from 
Winnsboro, S.C, worked nights as a 
shuttlebus driver. He was responsible 
for safely transporting students from 
the pit to the dorms. He stated that 
being the driver allows him the chance 
to socialize with other students and 
that there is always something unex- 
pected or exciting happening. 

Under the College Work-Study pro- 
gram, Karen Reece, a senior psychology 
major from Greenville, S.C, was em- 



Working at the front desk for one of the 
dorms allows students to earn money 
while studying for classes. 

A student working for Dominos Pizza 
makes one of various stops on campus. 




STUDENT WORKERS N. 21 




ployed by the Development office. As a 
clerical worker, her responsibilities in- 
cluded filing, typing, and running cam- 
pus errands. She also worked at a movie 
theater in Greenville on the weekends. 
She stated that the Development office 
was a great experience for her as she 
had the opportunity to meet interest- 
ing, influential people of the 
community.^^ 

Sharon L. Jones 



Students offer assistance for those pack- 
ages to and from home. 

Shuttlebus drivers have the opportunity of 
meeting hundreds of students while pro- 
viding safe rides to dorms. 



22 



STUDENT LIFE 




STUDENT WORKERS 



23 



University Union 



The Clemson University Union was a 
volunteer organization of students 
working together with the Union's pro- 
fessional staff to provide co-curricular 
cultural, social and recreational activi- 
ties for the total campus community. 
The Union also sponsored a variety of 
leisure activities for the campus. The 
Coffeehouse Committee offered musical 
entertaiment for Edgar's Entertain- 
ment Center. Performers such as Carl 
Rosen, Rick Kelley, Dave Wopat and 
Brian Huskey have performed folk, 
rock and bluegrass music at Edgar's. 
The College Bowl Committee spon- 
sored academic matches, which re- 
quired participants to correctly answer 
a series of questions covering a broad 
spectrum of knowledge. Intercollegiate 
matches were held throughout the 
Southeast with competition between 
regional colleges and universities. In 
preparation, the College Bowl Commit- 



tee organized local campus competition 
to choose a team to represent Clemson. 
The Cultural Committee hosted the an- 
nual Performing Artist Series. Commit- 
tee members attended showcases to 
preview and select programs in theater, 
dance and drama. In the past Dizzy Gil- 
lespie and the Charleston Ballet Com- 
pany have performed at the University. 
Committee members negotiated con- 
tracts with the performers, sent out 
publicity, and assisted with production. 
The Films and Video committee select- 
ed the films shown in the Union The- 
ater, Edgar's Entertainment Center, 
the Alumni Video Theater and at spe- 
cial outdoor film festivals. They were 
also responsible for theater operations, 
ticket sales and concessions. 

The Outdoor Recreation Committee 
sponsored action-packed excursions 
such as tubing on the Chattooga River, 
bicycling on the Blue Ridge Parkway, 



rafting, skiing, and horseback riding. 
Public Relations Committee promoted 
the Union as an organization by publi- 
cizing Union Board events such as Wel- 
come Back Week and Organizations 
Day. The committee also assisted other 
committees with publicity for their 
events. Short Course Committee coor- 
dinated more than 80 noncredit mini- 
courses each year. Committee members 
decided which courses to offer, con- 
tracted instructors to teach them, and 
publicized the curriculum. Courses 
ranged from breadmaking, woodwork- 
ing, resume writing and ballroom danc- 
ing. Special Events Committee pro- 
grammed events that didn't fall under 
the jurisdiction of the other commit- 
tees. Events such as sidewalk chalk art- 
ists, hypnotists, giant banana splits and 
tie-dying have been sponsored by the 
Special Events Committee. The Travel 
Committee planned and organized ex- 




University Union 



24 >. STUDENT LIFE 





Jill Russel 



A concert in the amphitheater provides an 
escape from studying. 

Ellen Parsons, University Union Presi- 
dent, is always ready to assist students in 
any manner. 

This is one of the many concerts sponsored 
by the Central Dance and Concert Commit- 
tee in Edgar's. 



University Union 



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TAPS SALUTES N. 25 




All photos by University Union 



Refreshments are provided by the Union 
before and after concerts. 

Between classes, students find the loggia 
to be a great place to relax and meet with 
friends. 



cursions to out-of-town football games, 
shopping trips to Atlanta and New 
York, and scenic trips to famous attrac- 
tions like Biltmore House. The Travel 
Center provided students with informa- 
tion on national and international trav- 
el, made hotel reservations, and sold 
luggage tags and travel maps. The 
Travel Center also sponsored shuttles 
to and from the Greenville-Spartan- 
burg Jetport for University holidays 
and conducted trips and tours to places 
like New York City, Fort Lauderdale 
and the Carribean Islands. Central 
Dance and Concert Committee brought 
contemporary musical entertainment 
to campus. They sponsored perfor- 
mances at Littlejohn Coliseum, outdoor 
concerts, and concerts in Tillman Audi- 
torium and Edgar's Entertainment 
Center. In the past, artists such as Ken- 
ny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Sting, Bob 
Hope, REM and Fleetwood Mac have 
appeared. '^V 

Sharon Jones 




26 



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TAPS SALUTES >v 27 




Organized by the Clemson Campus 
Ministers' Associaton, the Crop Walk 
has raised close to $ 4,000 over the last 
two years. The most important part was 
that 25'^'c of the money raised went to 
the Pickens Christian Outreach Pro- 
gram which is a food bank which serves 
Pickens County. The other 75 percent 
of money raised continued to contrib- 
ute to funds throughout the world. 

"The Clemson Walk Against Hunger 
is a way for students and community 
members to get involved in the fight 
against hunger here in Pickens County 
and across the world," stated Jeff Clay- 
ton. 

At this past year's event, over 250 
participants were involved with the 
lOK walk which began at the Fort Hill 
Presbyterian Center and continued 
throughout the university to Perimeter 
Road and then back to the center. Miss 
Clemson University, Wanda Connelly, 
was there along with "Free Bird" from 
WANS to greet the walkers and to 
cheer them onward. 

The event continued to draw atten- 
tion as in past years due to the ambi- 
tions of its organizers. "Our chief goal is 
to reduce hunger in our area as much as 
possible within reasonable limits."" 



Andrea Cohenour 



Miss Clemson and the WANS "Free Bird" 
cheer the walkers to reach the lOK mark. 

The hunger walk brings out the best in ev- 
eryone. 




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STUDENT LIFE 



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Adding special flair to the occassion, Miss 
Clemson gives out free balloons to the 
walkers. 




All photos by Mike J. Morga 



CROP WALK >w 29 



Kick Off The New Season 



Clemson University celebrated First 
Friday, the beginning of the 1987 foot- 
ball season, with a parade, a pep rally, 
the crowning of the first "Miss First 
Friday," and an outdoor rock concert. 

The parade, sponsored by Pi Kappa 
Alpha fraternity and the Central Spirit 
Committee, honored President Emeri- 
tus Walter Cox. 

Cox, who retired from the university 
in April, served as the parade's grand 
marshall which featured the Tiger 



Band, Miss Clemson, Wanda Connelly, 
the university cheerleaders and more 
than 30 floats and marching units. 

The parade route began at Mills 
Road and proceeded down Highway 93 
and ended in front of Sikes Hall. "CAT- 
ASTROPHE 87" was the theme of the 
parade, referring to the Western Caroli- 
na Catamounts, the University's Satur- 
day football opponents. 

After the parade, the Rally Cats, 
cheerleaders, and Tiger Band held a 



pep rally in the amphitheater with 
event organizers crowning Miss First 
Friday. Each participating organization 
nominated a contestant to participate 
in the pageant. The winner was chosen 
by students casting a penny per vote 
and proceeds were donated to Helping 
Hands of Clemson. 

Kelly Cockfield, a member of Alpha 
Chi Omega Sorority, was named "Miss 
First Friday." During the ceremony. 
Grand Marshall Walter Cox handed 







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(left) The Tiger is crowned Miss First Fri- 
day by the sisters of Kappa Alpha Theta. 

(bottom left) Many hours of work by the 
chemical engineers are rewarded by a 
first place in the non-Greek category. 




(far left) Students from B-5 Johnstone 
Hall colaberate this year to present a First 
Friday Float. 

(above) The Delta Gamma float, the over- 
all parade winner, grabs everyone's 
attention. 



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early in order to get a jump on the other 
entries. 

Diligent builders from Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma show off their final product in the pa- 
rade. 



Cockfield a dozen long-stem roses and a 
placque. A sophomore marketing major 
from Belton, S.C, Cockfield was both 
"surprised and thrilled" to win the ti- 
tle. "I was shocked when they called out 
my name. I hardly knew what to do," 
she said. "It will certainly be one of my 
most memorable times at Clemson," 
she added. 

Later that evening, the Central 
Dance and Concert Committee spon- 
sored a free concert in the ampitheater. 
The concert featured "Sometimes 
Why" and "Little America," two up- 
and-coming rock bands. 

"Little America" was a rock-and-roll 
band from Los Angeles, California. 
They recently released their self-titled 
debut album on Geffen Records and 
perform what has been described as 
heartfelt rock and roll music, without 
the use of synthesizers. "Sometimes 



STUDENT LIFE 




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crowd in T-I-G-E-R-S! 



Michael J. Morga 



FIRST FRIDAY %. 33 



(far right) The Alpha Chi Omega's present 
their interpretation of "First Friday CAT- 
astrophe." 




Why," a rock band from Clemson, 
opened for them at the concert. The 
First Friday Celebration was a huge 
success. The host of activities offered a 
variety of entertainment to everyone. 

Sharon L. Jones 



(above) The Kappa Alpha Theta float 
which won first place in the greek float 
competition is proudly displayed by the 
sisters. 

(upper right) The Tri-Deltas march behind 
their float, "Tigers Twist the Catamounts." 

(right) Ready to take on Western Carolina, 
the Alpha Gamma Rho tiger anticipates a 
tasty meal. 



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(above) Float construction during Home- 
coming is one of the largest and most popu- 
lar events on Bowman Field. 

(middle) Playing football on Bowman Field 
is a favorite pasttime among many stu- 
dents. 

(upper right) Bowman Field is the most ob- 
vious and most convenient choice for 
scheduling outdoor activities. 

(lower right) When the displays are com- 
plete, crowds gather on the field to see 
them. 



Playing the Field 



Bowman Field, the expanse of land in 
front of Tillman Hall, has been the cen- 
ter of the Clemson campus since the 
beginning. Bowman Field was an inte- 
gral part of many student's lives as evi- 
denced by the many people enjoying 
the various recreational activities and 
the perpetual trails marking the most 
popular routes to class. 

While Clemson was still a military 
school. Bowman Field was the site for 
military parades and drills. Keeping 
with that tradition, ROTC units prac- 
ticed marching, took helicoptor rides 
and participated in various ceremonies 
on Bowman Field. Pershing Rifles prac- 
ticed their routines and even the Tiger 
Band Flag Corps used Bowman Field as 
an opportunity to practice without the 
entire band. 

Until 1916, Bowman Field was the 
home of Clemson football and baseball. 
Spectators sat on the ground or in their 
carriages because only a few portable 
bleachers were available. Up until a few 
years ago, fans were allowed to tailgate 
on Bowman Field on game day. During 
the week before Homecoming, Bowman 
Field turned into a giant party, as the 
fraternities worked day and night on 
their floats. 

Although the Tigers played their 
games in Memorial Stadium, Bowman 



Field was still the site of many informal 
football games. Sometimes only two or 
three students would go out and toss 
the ball around, while other times 
bunches of people would play just for 
fun or try to get in a little practice be- 
fore the next intramural game. 

It was almost impossible to cross the 
field without having to worry about be- 
ing hit by a frisbee. One of the most 
popular activities, frisbee sometimes in- 
volved a few people, but often large 
groups would gather for a chance to 
play Ultimate. 

Springtime brought the sun and 
warmer weather and many students 
braved the threat of a misguided frisbee 
for a chance to relax and work on their 
tans. Other students brought their 
books, hoping the fresh air would in- 
spire them to study. The sprinkler 
trucks watered the grass, particularly 
right before or after a rainstorm and 
students sloshed across the field in the 
mud. 

The site of many activities ranging 
from sports to military drills to Home- 
coming floats to sledding in the snow. 
Bowman Field was a part of every stu- 
dent's life as it has been for the past one 
hundred years!^^ 

Jennifer Medrick 




Wendy Lick 



38 



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Richard M. Baldwin II 



BOWMAN FIELD 'VSQ 



Richard M. Baldwin II 



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Robert L. Hall Jr. 



N. STUDENT LIFE 




Richard M. Baldwin II 



Richard M. Baldwin 



Tuned In To Daytime T.V. 



Homecoming Week was filled with so 
many exciting events that it was almost 
impossible for anyone NOT to be in- 
volved in the festivities. The students' 
zealous efforts paid off by providing the 
alumni a top-notch welcome home to 
their alma mater. 

The Miss Homecoming Pageant 
kicked off the week of celebration. Over 
forty-three girls competed in the cate- 
gories of interview, sportswear and eve- 
ning gown for a chance to become Miss 
Homecoming. Eleven finalists were 
chosen from the pageant by judges se- 
lected by Student Government; then 
the voting was turned over to the stu- 
dents. Lark Annette Sisson, sponsored 
by Delta Delta Delta sorority, was 
crowned Miss Homecoming 1987 at 
Tigerama. 

The most visible contributions to 
Homecoming were the floats created by 
the various organizations on campus. 
The floats were larger, like Kappa Sig- 
ma's forty-foot replica of the Empire 
State Building, and more complex, such 
as Sigma Nu's first place moving float 
which included a waterfall. Alpha Tau 



Omega and Phi Delta Theta took sec- 
ond and third place respectively in the 
moving float competition. 

Chi Psi's "Clemson and the ACC Sa- 
lute the Olympics" display won their 
fourth consecutive first place finish in 
the still display competetion. The Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon float took second place 
and the Kappa Sigma float was third. 

A pep rally raised the fans' spirit Fri- 
day night before Tigerama. The theme 
of Tigerama was "Daytime TV." Spon- 
sors Blue Key and WSBF allowed non- 
Greek organizations to participate in 
the skit competition for the first time 
ever. The University Chorus made a 
great first endeavor by placing in the 
six finalists who performed at Tiger- 
ama. Pi Kappa Alpha captured first 
place with their skit, "Bragnet." The 
Sigma Nu's came in second and Alpha 
Delta Pi sorority took third. 

The excitement didn't end with the 
skits. One particular fan even found Ti- 
gerama the perfect place to propose 
marriage, having hosts Russ Cassell and 
Jane Robelot play his and his girl- 
friend's role over the speakers while he 



awaited a response. Luckily, it was Yes! 
The finale was marked by a fireworks 
display and the traditional Tigerama 
"oohs" and "aahs" from the fans. 
On Saturday, alumni, students and 



(upper left) After Tigerama, the Fellow- 
ship of Christian Athletes pomp diligently 
to finish their space ship. 

(lower left) In the continuing saga of the 
search for Rodney Smurf, the others 
Smurfs encounter many interesting 
people. 

(middle) On Saturday morning Bowman 
Field is full of photographers and specta- 
tors wanting to see the finished products. 

(right) Lucy Ricardo tries to get the help of 
Danny in the Alpha Delta Pi skit "I Love 
Danny." 



HOMECOMING 



41 




families packed the stadium to see the 
Tigers take on the Virginia Cavaliers. 
The Tigers played an offensive game. 
An early 14-7 lead was taken by Virgin- 
ia, but with two seconds left, David 
Treadwell kicked a field goal to pull 
Clemson into a 24-14 half-time lead. 
During the half-time show. Tiger Band 
alumnae joined the current Tiger Band 
in playing "Tiger Rag." The Tigers end- 
ed the game 38-21, making their twen- 
ty-seventh consecutive victory over 
Virginia. 

After the game, over eight thousand 
went to Littlejohn Coliseum on Satur- 
day night for the final Homecoming ac- 



The Sigma Nu fraternity is the winner of 
the moving displays with "The ACC Falls 
to Danny's Tigers." 

Sigma Phi Epsilon takes second place in 
the still displays with "Miami Bound." 



Richard M. Baldwin II 





Richard M. Baldwin II 



42 X. STUDENT LIFE 




Service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega ex- 
press in their display who the original par- 
ty animal really is! 




Richard M. Baldwin II and Bill Spitzer 



The Smurfs have a terrible time finding 
Rodney Smurf. 

Many student see the early hours of Satur- 
day morning attempting to finish the dis- 
plays. 




Richard M. Baldwin II 



HOMECOMING >,. 4: 




Jill Russel 



tivity. The reunited band Fleetwood 
Mac made an appearance at Clemson 
on their first tour in five years. The Los 
Angeles-based band Cruzados opened 
the show. Much to the delight of the 
audience, Fleetwood Mac played songs 
from "Tango in the Night," "Rumors," 
"Mirage" and other albums. 

Homecoming 1987 was filled with as 
much excitement and tradition as ever. 
Everyone who attended even one of the 



(above left) The tiger in the display 
couldn't have had a more beautiful day to 
soak up some rays. 

(right) The incredible fireworks bring 
many Ooo's and Ahh's from the crowd. 

(upper right) Delta, Delta, Delta represen- 
tative Lark Sisson becomes the 1987 Miss 
Homecoming Queen. 

(far right) The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha 
capture first place in Tigerama with 
"Bragnet". 





Bill Spitzer 



44 >v STUDENT LIFE 




[{obert L. Hall Jr. 



HOMECOMING >v 45 



The brothers of Sigma Chi put together a 
realistic rendition of a cool skier. 

(lower right) Some members of Alpha Tau 
Omega fraternity work late to complete 
their second place moving display winner, 
"Wheel of Victory." 

(below) Much planning and supervision 
goes into the Tigerama production by 
WSBF and Blue Key. 




Richard M. Baldwin II 

many festivities was impressed with the 
color and spirit of Homecoming 1987. 
No one was disappointed." 



Dawn Houston 



(upper far right) The fireworks cap off an- 
other successful Tigerama. 

(lower far right) The Kappa Sigma frater- 
nity places third in the still display compe- 
tition with "Kongering the ACC." 





Richard M. Baldwin II 



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Bill Spitzer 




Hichard M. Baldwin II 



HOMECOMING >». 47 




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The College Bowl Committee spon- 
sored year-round intramural academic 
competitions. College Bowl was a ques- 
tion and answer game played between 
two teams made up of four players each. 
The teams scored points for correctly 
answering questions asked by a moder- 
ator. The team with the most points at 
the end of the game was the winner. 

The committee held timed matches 
every week in the Student Senate 
Chambers. Competition was open to 
faculty, staff and students at the uni- 
versity. College Bowl wasn't only for 
the "brains" — sororities, fraternities 
and assorted groups of friends formed 
teams. At these timed matches, partici- 
pants answered a series of questions 
covering a broad spectrum of questions 
including art, history, science, math, 
literature and music. Verified by the 
Reader's Digest Association, the an- 
swers to the College Bowl questions 
were known by only a few people. 

College Bowl involved two types of 
questions — toss-up questions and bo- 



nus questions. Toss-up questions were 
worth ten points and the first person to 
signal was given the opportunity to an- 
swer the question. If the player an- 
swered incorrectly, the other team was 
given a chance to answer. A correct an- 
swer gave the team an opportunity to 
answer a bonus question. Bonus ques- 
tions were worth a variable amount of 
points ranging from 20 to 35 based on 
the complexity of the subject matter. 
The entire team could discuss the ques- 
tion for ten seconds, whereas a toss-up 
question could not be discussed among 
team members. 

In the spring, intercollegiate matches 
were held throughout the Southeast 
with competition between regional col- 
leges and universities. In 1987, the 
Clemson University College Bowl 
Team traveled to the University of 
Tennessee for the Southeastern Re- 
gional Competition 

Sharon Jones 



48' 



STUDENT LIFE 




COLLEGE BOWL ^S.49 



Miss 
CI(giMS®ia 

"Success," according to Miss Clem- 
son 1987, Wanda Connelly, "Is not 
bases on monetary values; however, I 
believe that one has achieved maximum 
success when he or she has reached per- 
sonal satisfaction by fullfilling a goal or 
conquering an obstacle placed before 
"them". Miss Connelly, an English ma- 
jor with a minor in Communications, is 
a member of Central Spirit, University 
Chorus, Gamma Beta Pi, Golden Key, 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. "I am proud to rep- 
resent Clemson University due to the 
unity of the students, faculty, and the 
community of the university." 

Miss Connelly was a transfer student 
from the University of South Carolina. 
She was Miss Queen of Cotton 1987 and 
made numerous appearances across the 
state representing the University and 
the Cotton Industry. She competed in 
the Miss South Carolina Pageant in the 
Summer of 1988 representing the Cot- 
ton Industry.' 





Johnny L. Wood 




50 Ak. STUDENT LIFE 



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Miss 
Mas^iaolla 



Miss Magnolia, Tamela McAtee, is a 
sophomore majoring in Education with 
an emphasis in Mathematical Science. 
She was a member of Delta Delta Delta 
sorrority. "I feel that it is an honor," 
states Miss McAtee, "to have been cho- 
sen as a freshman to be a representative 
of her sorority. It is because of their 
support that I was able to become Miss 
Magnolia." 

She most admires her parents be- 
cause of their love and Christian beliefs 
and Joni Erickerson because of her abil- 
ity to overcome the obstacles that life 
has brought upon her.' 




Michael J. Morga 



BEAUTIES 



51 



ID)(girlby Day 

Ashley McTeer was a junior manage- 
ment major from Columbia, SC. She 
was sponsored by the Kappa Kappa 
Gamma sorority of which she was a 
member. Ashley was greatly apprecia- 
tive of the hard work and constant sup- 
port given to her by her sorority sisters. 
With the tremendous help of the Kap- 
pas, she raised over $2700 for Helping 
Hands of Clemson. Ashley was the ac- 
tivities chairman for her sorority and a 
Kappa Alpha Little Sister. She enjoyed 
all sports, especially hunting, basket- 
ball and football. 





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Lark Sisson, Miss Homecoming 1987, 
was a senior marketing major from 
Mount Pleasant, SC. Lark was nomi- 
nated by Delta Delta Delta sorority of 
which she was a member. Lark was also 
a member of the American Marketing 
Association, Society for Advancement 
of Management, and the Student Traf- 
fic Review Board as well as an Alpha 
Tau Omega Little Sister. Looking back 
on Homecoming, Lark felt like it was all 
a dream. 




Jill Russell 



BEAUTIES >V 53 




Acting Up 
A Storm 



Fall brought a busy season for the 
Clemson Players. The group kept the 
dramatic arts at the University alive 
and booming with the production of 
two plays. The Three Penny Opera and 
Living Together stimulated interest 
throughout the campus and the town of 
Clemson to the point that extra perfor- 
mances were added to accomodate the 
crowds. 

The Three Penny Opera ran from Oc- 
tober sixth to the tenth. Directed by 
Ray Sawyer, the play was based on The 
Beggar's Opera by John Gay. The 
Three Penny Opera was produced for 
the first time in 1928 in Germany. The 
point of the play was to call attention to 
the social injustices and corruptions in 
European society. The play produced 
by the Clemson Players was modified 
slightly and set in Washington, DC in 
"the recent past, the current present, 
and the near future." An excellent per- 
formance was rendered by the cast and 
the hours of hard work by the produc- 
tion staff was evident. 

The second play of fall semester was 
Living Together, which ran from No- 
vember 17-21. Written by the English 
playwright Alan Ayckbourn and direct- 



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56 N. STUDENT LIFE 




ed by Robin Roberts, this play was 
lighter and more humorous than the 
usual Players' production. 

The play involved three couples who 
had gone to the English countryside for 
a weekend. Life became a turmoil when 
Norman tried to have an affair with 
Annie. Although Norman's wife Ruth 
was aware of what was going on, An- 
nie's fiancee Tom, who was kind of 
slow, was oblivious to most of the signs. 
Annie's sister Sarah was a constant 
source of gossip, while her husband Reg 
didn't care about much except finding 
someone to play a game with. 

The Clemson Players looked forward 
to two spring semester productions — 
Lysistrata and Inherit the Wind. Ev- 
eryone anticipated that these perfor- 
mances would be of the same high qual- 
ity as all the other shows by the 
Clemson Players. 



James M. Anderson 



Debbie Myers 




Richard M. Baldwin II 



CLEMSON PLAYERS ■ 



57 




Pursuing 
Dreams 



Did you ever wonder why the student 
who sat next to you was as old as your 
parents or why the person walking 
down the hallway who you thought was 
your professor turned out to be another 
fellow classmate? These adults had one 
thing in common; they returned to 
school. Their reasons ranged from ful- 
filling job requirements to accomplish- 
ing self-fullfilling personal goals and 
ambitions. Diana Pope, an accounting 
major from Easley who operated her 
own accounting business, wanted to 
"earn a degree in order to collect the 
same salary as a Certified Public Ac- 
countant," and expressed her hope of 
one day having a degree from Clemson. 

In many cases the adults had a harder 
time trying to earn degrees than the 
younger students. Although they 
weren't always as active in Clemson's 
social functions, they had other de- 
mands that had to be met like jobs, chil- 
dren, and their husbands or wives. Di- 
ana commented that she devotes 50 to 
60 hours a week for her business alone. 
(There are only 168 hours in one week, 
This left 40 hours for sleep, 16 hours for 
class time, 20 hours for study, which 
left only 24 hours for relaxation and 
time for her family.) 

The average student, age 18-22, ad- 
mired and respected the adults who re- 
turn to Clemson. "I see their dedication 
to their classes and in turn this helps 
me to press onward even in those diffi- 
cult times," stated an accounting stu- 
dent. "They seem to have every assign- 
ment even if problems arose that could 
keep them from completing them." 

The adult students also did not mind 
answering questions about the inter- 
views that students face after college. 
They provided current answers on the 
market salaries for Accountants, Ad- 
ministration positions, and others. One 




adult student returned because her hus- 
band had an illness and she wanted to 
operate their Certified Accounting 
Firm in order for him to recover. She 
stated that her husband had originally 
taken Law 312 from Ms. Brown in the 
Law Department and now she had the 
same privilege to do so. 

The students were focused upon 
dreams and goals they had set and it 
did not matter what the ages of the stu- 
dents were, they all were striving to ac- 
complish those goals and become a fu- 
ture success."^^ 

Robin Heatherly 



Robert L. Hall 

Many returning adults spend as much time 
in the library as any other student. 

Almost every student finds Calculus a 
challenging class. 

James Norman Pope looks over his notes 
one last time before the test. 

Dr. Zimmerer helps Pete Knowland put the 
finishing touches on his resume. 



5S 



STUDENT LIFE 




RETURNING ADULTS X. 59 




Serving C.U. With Style 



Serving the students, faculty, and the 
community of Clemson University, the 
Student Police performed many valu- 
able services such as ticket writing, di- 
recting traffic in peak hours, guarding 
the campus, and working special events 
such as receptions and programs. 

The University Student Police De- 
partment was respected by the Univer- 
sity Police and the City of Clemson Po- 
lice because they performed many 
activities that allowed the regular offi- 
cers to patrol the campus. 

The student police were criticized the 
most because of their duty to write tick- 
ets on the weekends. "The importance 
of this duty", according to Thea 
McCrary, "is to insure that if there was 
a fire at the dormitories, firefighters 
would be able to get to the fire without 
waiting for illegally parked vehicles to 
be moved." 



The student police were also respon- 
sible for directing traffic during the ear- 
ly morning rush hour before classes be- 
gan and as employees came to work. 
The service proved to be invaluable as 
3000 cars arrived each day. And during 
the lunch hour, the students were di- 
recting traffic to ensure that all em- 
ployees made it safely back to their 
jobs. 

During the special events such as 
football games, concerts, and basketball 
games, the student police maintained 
barricades to insure protection against 
vandals. They also were responsible for 
assisting the University Police Depart- 
ment with the safety of leading figures 
such as Strom Thurmond and George 
Bush. 

Another important task performed 
for the students was the bike registra- 
tion. This task was extremely helpful in 



preventing the number of bike thefts on 
the university campus. 

The management of the organization 
was different from the other organiza- 
tions in that there were six student su- 
perivisors who governed the group. The 
highest level of rank was a lieutentant 
who supervised the other students ac- 
tivities, was responsible for billing the 
various departments for the services 
and coordination of activities. 

The student police required dedica- 
tion to complete the long seemingly, 
endless hours of duty. Sometimes, their 
work assignments had them working at 
2:00 am and ending shift at 5:00 am. 
However, the student police never 
failed the University in providing hon- 
orable and courteous service."^ 



Renee Rodgers 



(iO 



STUDENT LIFE 




One of the duties of the student police is to 
direct the 4:30 rush hour traffic. 

Kevin Lamberson puts barricades in place 
before Saturday's game. 

Stacy Rice performs one of the most visi- 
ble duties of the student police — directing 
traffic. 

Student policeman Chuck Gyordano di- 
rects a car into a parking space. 



All photos by Michael -J. Morga 




STUDENT POLICE >v 61 




Red, White 
and CU 



On September 17, 1987 the Constitu- 
tion of the United States celebrated its 
two hundreth anniversary. The ex- 
treme importance of this fact was that 
the Constitution is the oldest, written 
document in America. It is the basis of 
which our country is maintained and 
serves justice for all individuals in 
America. 

Clemson University, in collaberation 
with the University of Maryland and 
Penn State, began in the early summer 
the celebration activities for the Consti- 
tution's anniversary. One of the numer- 
ous activities for the celebration was a 
Constitutional Forum held on July 13, 
14, 16, 17 in Daniel Auditorium. Several 
members of the panel included Archi- 
bald Cox, leading authority on constitu- 
tional and labor law; Arthur Schlesing- 
er, Jr., Chancellor of the American 
Academy and Institute of Arts and Let- 
ters; Charles "Mac" Mathias, Jr., Sena- 
tor of Maryland (retired); and Carl T. 
Rowan, syndicated columnist for the 
Chicago Sun Times for 19 years and 
presently for the News America Syndi- 
cate. These four gentlemen were the 
main speakers not only at Clemson 
University but also at the University of 
Maryland and Penn State. 

Other Discussion Panelists included 
Kermit Hall, Professor of History at the 
University of Florida; Stanley Kutler, 
Professor of History, University of Wis- 
consin; William Lasser, Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Political Science, Clemson 
University; John Johnson, Professor of 
History, Clemson University; Daniel 
Wueste, Assistant Philosophy of Phi- 
losophy, Clemson University; James 
Hite, Alumni Professor of Agricultural 
Sciences, Clemson University; and Lyle 




Denniston, Supreme Court Reporter, 
The Baltimore Sun. 

According to Professor John W. 
Johnson, 'The true value of the consti- 
tution is exhibited daily by men and 
women freely discussing matter of in- 
terest to them without fear of censor- 
ship or punishment." The Constitu- 
tional Forum was developed "to help 
people learn about constitutional issues 
and challenge them to work for positive 
legal change," stated Johnson. The 
Constitution was celebrated nationally 
and the celebration was organized by 
Chairman Warren Berger. Clemson was 
in colaberation with the South Carolina 
Historical Society and the Commission 
on Humanities. 

According to Daniel Wueste, Assis- 
tant Professor of Philosophy at Clem- 
son University, the original intent of 
the forum was to "identify the theory of 
Constitutional History and interpret it 
in an understandable manner and log- 
ic." "I think it is very important to rec- 



Johnny L. Wood 
Captivating the audience, Mr. Mathias 
presents an excellent speech. 

ognize that the United States Constitu- 
tion is much more than a document." 
stated Wueste. "For it comprises the 
document we have come to call by that 
name as well as the political morality 
that underlies the dejure authority of 
our government." 

The Constitution serves as a basis on 
which dreams can be built and strived 
to achieve. The Constitution provides 
the unity that our nation has needed in 
past wars and struggles and serves as 
the basis for future endeavors. The His- 
tory Department of Clemson and all 
other departments involved with the 
forum completed a celebration of the 
constitution and at the same time edu- 
cated the public and students empha- 
sizing its importance in American His- 
tory. 



Sanjay Aneja 



J 



62 



STUDENT LIFE 




Debbie Myers 

The Constitutional Forum consists of many 
distinguished panelists. 

The speakers keep the audience's atten- 
tion with interesting speeches concerning 
freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and 
freedom of the press. 

Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. presents an in- 
triguing speech and discussion on the pres- 
idency of the United States and its foreign 
affairs. 



Johnny L. Wood 



FORUM 



63 



Garth 
Wood 



As part of the R.C. Edwards Science 
and Technology Lecture Series, Dr. 
Garth Wood, former registrar of adult 
psychiatry at the Prior Hospital in Lon- 
don, presented the principles involved 
with "The Myth of Neurosis: A Case of 
Moral Therapy". 

Dr. Wood based many of his princi- 
ples on the works of Freud. He stated 
that Freud was responsibile for the fo- 
cus on the unconscious mind with hid- 
den motives, the importance of child- 
hood with early experiences, the 
importances of talking things out, and 
the increased use of intellect vs. action 
as a problem-solver. 

Wood presented a case against psy- 
choanalysis because unhappiness has 
been medicalized and normal unhappi- 
ness, depression, and anxiety is seen as 
abnormal and a demand for treatment. 
"Psychiatrists do not know anymore 
than an average person," stated Wood. 

On the case of sex as an obsession, 
Wood stated that AIDS, venereal dis- 
ease, and infidelity are a by-products of 
Freud's strong emphasis on sex. Also, 
Wood believed that psychoanalysis 
does not work and is expensive and 
even does harm to the patient. He stat- 
ed that therapy should be controlled 
like medications are by the FDA. He 
presented an interesting topic in an in- 
teresting manner leaving the audience 
to question his discussion after the 
speech.' 




George Michael Nelon 



64 



STUDENT LIFE 




Sydney 
Barrows 



"I believe that prostitution should be 
legalized in every state," stated Ms. 
Barrows. "I took a really sleazy busi- 
ness and turned it into a nice, respect- 
able one." Ms. Barrows turned an 
apartment house into a formidable es- 
cort agency for exclusive clientele of 
dignitaries, corporate executives, politi- 
cians, actors, and others of high rank. 

Her story is an unusual one in that 
she took an investment of $700.00 and 
the aid of a friend and created a success- 
ful business. She has no regrets in mak- 
ing her business profitable, contending 
that "I deserve my good fortune. I 
didn't do anything bad. A little naughty 
maybe but not bad." 

She continues to visit college cam- 
puses and schools explaining her suc- 
cess and promoting her new book, 
"Mayflower Madam: The Secret Life of 
Sydney Biddle Barrows." She contin- 
ued to explain that many people have 
not understand her reasoning for oper- 
ating such a "service;" however, she be- 
lieves she has earned their respect. "I 
think students can learn that being 
honest and having a lot of integrity are 
two of the most important things any- 
body can do." 

As her success continues to grow, she 
had a movie based upon her book in 
November. "I think prostitution should 
be decriminalized . . . After all, my 
motto is, 'If you can give it away, why 
can't you sell it?" 



Jill Russell 



L 



SPEAKERS >w 65 



striking 
Information 



Mick Luckhurst, placekicker for the 
Atlanta Falcons, came to Clemson on 
November 17, 1987 with a strong mes- 
sage regarding the National Football 
League players strike. Speaking to a 
small crowd of about 50 people. Luck- 
hurst's talk focused on the media and 
how they had "purposely confused the 
facts in order to mislead the public." 

Luckhurst was the Falcon's player 
representative and he spoke very 
strongly against the media portraying 
the strike issue as free agency. Accord- 
ing to Luckhurst, the free agency issue 
was dropped before the first game was 
missed. The real issue of the strike was 
revenues and pay television. 

Luckhurst stressed that the strike 
was not really relevant but its conse- 
quences were. He concluded, "The me- 
dia creates and forms an opinion of the 
public and the public is railroaded into 
believing something that is not true." 

Lisa Stark 




Jill Russell 



66 



STUDENT LIFE 



1 




Talk About 
Terrorism 



Sponsored by the Honors College and 
the Departments of of Philosophy and 
Religion and Political Science, the 1988 
President's Honors Colloquium speaker 
was Moorhead Kennedy, a former 
American hostage in Iran. His main lec- 
ture was "The Great Satan: The Terror- 
ist View of America" and he gave sever- 
al other auxiliary lectures about 
terrorism. 

On assignment as acting economic 
counselor in Iran, Kennedy was taken 
hostage on November 4, 1979 and was 
released 444 days later. Currently exec- 
utive director for International Under- 
standing, Kennedy's main lecture fo- 
cused on explaining why terrorism 
occurs. He said that as the United 
States and other Western nations be- 
came involved with the Middle East, it 
created cultural, political and religious 
reactions. These reactions usually re- 
sulted in violence which was hard for 
Americans to accept. He felt that the 
government must realize the difference 
between myth and reality and gain an 
understanding of what typical Middle 
Eastern terrorists are doing and why 
they are doing it. 

Tonia Medrick 



Susan Wright 



SPEAKERS 



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Although there was a foot of snow on the 
ground, it wasn't cold enough to freeze the 
library reflection pond. Students are still 
waiting for that chance to ice skate on the 
pond. 

Trays from Harcombe, skies and various 
anatomical parts provide several ways to 
slide down a hill. 




George Michael Nelon 




Amy Nelson 



68 Nw STUDENT LIFE 



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Who needs a fancy sled to have fun in the 
snow? Clemson students discover inge- 
nious yet practical substitutes. 

This snowman has all the necessities for 
being a college student. 




Amy Nelson Michael J. Morga 



Mr. Snow Meister Strikes Again 



[Category: Obvious Answers 
The answer is: Solid precipitation in 
he form of white or translucent ice 
crystals of various shapes originating in 
he upper atmosphere as frozen parti- 
cles of water vapor. 
Question: What is snow? 

No, this wasn't on Jeopardy, but it 
vas on Clemson University. As a matter 
)f fact, it completely covered the cam- 
)us — about twelve inches of it. Actual- 
y, it didn't catch any of the weather- 
nen by surprise. Charlie said it would, 
ind boy it did; however, the blizzard of 
88 did catch the University slightly off 
;uard. The snow was coming down 
►retting heavy on that Thursday morn- 
ng, but the students and professors 
Dined the ranks of the mailmen, per- 



forming their duties in rain, sleet or . . . 
snow. Even though classes were held 
that morning (despite the fact many 
students and professors chose to be no- 
shows), afternoon and Friday classes 
were canceled. The unpreparedness 
also surfaced in the slightly less than 
adequate clean-up. Of course, not many 
people in South Carolina were prepared 
for that much snow. If this were Maine, 
a much better job would have been 
expected. 

It goes without saying that students 
enjoyed their vacation. Since the storm 
hit after only one day of classes, there 
was nothing to study. Most students 
didn't even have books yet. Without 
schoolwork to fill their time, students 
were found outside playing snow foot- 



ball, having snowball fights, building 
snowmen or sledding. While inside, 
they were taking naps, washing tons of 
wet clothes or playing pictionary. Dur- 
ing the immobilization, students didn't 
even have to be concerned about getting 
out to eat due to a considerate gesture of 
validating all meal cards through the 
weekend. 

The folks around Clemson might not 
have fancy snowsuits, outrageously fast 
snowmobiles or expert shoveling and 
salting techniques, but they managed to 
keep busy finding ways to enjoy every 
inch of the snow. 



Robert B. Clyburn Jr. 



SNOW 



69 



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Brea^ime! This was a seemingly 
simple phrase, but on the university 
campus it became the expression to fit 
many situations. There were good 
breaks and bad ones. Within a year's 
time, hopefully the good far outweighed 
the bad. 

The best breaks consisted of the sea- 
sonal vacations. Fall break brought for 
most students the opportunity to go 
home, to relax and to catch up in classes 
(a goal which all proclaimed but never 
actually did). Thanksgiving break pro- 
duced the expectations of delicious 
meal after delicious meal and inevita- 
bly the addition of a few pounds (all of 
which were probably worth it). Again 
the diligent student vowed to finally 
open those books to see which one goes 
to which class. Christmas break was al- 
ways fun. There were no books, nothing 
to study and no tests. The only concern 



was making sure that mom and dad 
bought the Christmas presents before 
the grades came. The words "Spring 
Break" on campus were synonymous 
for the words "Let's go to the beach." It 
was nothing but sun and fun (no matter 
how far behind the student was. 

Another enjoyable break, but not 
nearly as fun as the aforementioned, 
were study breaks. Study breaks in- 
volved cookies, napping, talking, televi- 
sion, pizza, talking, cheese sticks, cola, 
talking, essentially just "vegging out." 
Unfortunately the dreaded always hap- 
pened. The student had to return to the 
scene of the crime, whoops, wrong sto- 
ry, delete, insert "the books." 

All breaks, however, were not pleas- 
ant. Just when somebody got a hold of 
the old Calculus tests for just fifteen 
minutes, not a working copy machine 
could be found. They were all broken 



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Tonya Anderson 




70 X. STUDENT LIFE 




Michael J. Morga 



BREAKS X. 7! 




The Ultimate 
Challenge 

The Campus Placement Office has 
been in existence since 1955. It was first 
organized by Greg Hughes, who was the 
director until 1975. Al Mathiasen took 
over as second director and is now the 
current director. 

The Placement Office was not only 
used by Clemson students but also area 
high school students interested in a 
particular major's job opportunities. 
The advice offered to any student with 
regard to a major was to choose a major 
which you enjoy and then find a job. 

The Placement Office helped many 
seniors get interviews with prospective 
employers. To do this, a student must 
attend one of sixteen placement orien- 
tation sessions offered each semester. 
The office averaged around 1500 seniors 
this year registered with the office. Of 
these 1500 students, fifty-eight percent 
got interviews on campus. Only two 
percent were still looking for a job after 
being out of school for eight months. 

One big advancement for the Place- 
ment Office was that it had been com- 
puterized and was one of the most auto- 
mated placement offices in the country. 
Students used this program to research 
potential employers. Students who 
logged on to the main computer system 
had access to this system. It was very 
helpful in showing students potential 
employers for their particular major. 
There were approximately 350 compa- 
nies registered with the Placement Of- 
fice. Besides the computer programs, 
the literature and videos were used to 
aid in writing a resume or developing 
interviewing skills. 

Among the seniors who were waiting 
to interview, most expressed feelings of 
apprehension, tension, and anxious- 
ness. All the students felt the Place- 
ment Office helped them in their job 
search and prepared them for their in- 




terviews. Their biggest burden, that of 
setting up the interviews, had been tak- 
en care of. In addition, alumni members 
and pre-interview cocktail parties 
helped relax the students before their 
interviews. The students offered praise 
of the Placement Office and their main 
advice was to use the Placement Office 
to your advantage, because it was there 
for all students. 



Torie Croft 
Anne-Renee Rohe 



All photos by H. Jill Russell 
This student finds that the placement cen- 
ter provides excellent material concerning 
the company with which he is to interview. 

Chatting briefly before they interview is 
one of the best ways to avoid the nervous 
feeling between students and interview- 
ers. 

Placement Center Director Mr. Al Mathia- 
sen is concerned with the individual stu- 
dents rather than filling quotas for pro- 
spective employers. 

During an interview with a Clemson Alum- 
nus, the student is able to communicate the 
changes within the university to "break 
the ice." 



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PLACEMENT CENTER >w 73 



74 





Meeting The 
Challenge 

Clemson's Army ROTC had another ac- 
tion-packed year. The 200 members of the 
Fightin' Tiger Battalion participated in a 
variety of exciting activities. They started 
the year with Army helicopter flights 
from Bowman Field to Pickens Bend 
Range for their annual M-16 weapons 
qualification. This lab gave each student a 
chance to experience real Army equip- 
ment in real-life situations, while getting 
an excellent view of the campus from 1000 
feet. 

The annual Dining-Out proved once 
again that military life was not restricted 
to outdoor activities. Cadets and their 
dates were treated to a fine meal and danc- 
ing, while learning more about some of the 
military's social traditions. 

Other high-lights were the rappelling 
labs each semester and the second semes- 
ter land navigation lab. Students agreed 
that these labs built both character and 
confidence, and taught them things that 
would benefit them, whether or not they 
continued in the program. Some students 
also took advantage of the annual White- 
Water Rafting and SCUBA diving trips. 

ROTC Week included a Tank and Artil- 
lery display by the South Carolina Army 
National Guard. This attracted quite a 
crowd, including the Clemson Tiger mas- 
cot. The US Army Parachute Team, the 
Golden Knights, put on a pre-game dem- 
onstration for the Duke football game. 
This jump not only gave 72,000 people a 
real thrill, but marked the first time any- 
one has ever parachuted into Death 
Valley. "X. 

Major Peter Stockunas 



(upper left) A group of Army ROTC cadets 
prepare to load the helicopter for a trip to 
Pickens Bend Range. 

(lower left) Cadet Jerry Mattress shows 
the Tiger how to aim a Stinger. 

(upper right) Trips to the rock quarry give 
cadets like Laura Smith the opportunity to 
learn the sport of repeling. 

(lower right) The rock quarry provides a 
challenging descension for Cadet Vincent 
Delay. 



75 



Soaring to Reach New Heights 



Air Force Reserve Officer Training 
Corps began at Clemson in 1946. For 
the past three years under the leader- 
ship of Colonel William Austin, De- 
tachment 770 has performed many ser- 
vice projects and activities for the Air 
Force, school, and local community. 
Such activities included Tiger Drill 
Meet, a state-wide competition for 
ROTC high school units, Dining-Out, 
and the Joint Army Air Force Parade. 
Also during AFROTC Week, there was 
a POW/MIA exhibit in the loggia, a for- 
mal retreat ceremony on Bowman 
Field, and a F-16 flyover during the 
half-time of the Homecoming game. 
Special projects included escorting 
Helping Hands children to the football 
games, flights spending afternoons with 
the kids, and helping them out with 
their store. Various parties were thrown 
throughout the year like the great Hal- 
loween Bash. 

Over the years, physical fitness has 




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Physical training plays a vital role in the 
complete training of the Air Force ROTC 
students. 

One of the many activities of Air Force 
ROTC students is working the concession 
stand at a ballgame. 



STUDENT LIFK 



proven to be essential for Air Force offi- 
cers. For instance, a 1.5 mile aerobic run 
and PFT (sit-ups, pull-ups, broad jump, 
and 600 yard dash) were given each se- 
mester. Also, there were intercorps ath- 
letics such as volleyball, ultimate fris- 
bee, football, and racquetball. Others 
included the Field Day Extravaganza 
and a Fun-Run, co-sponsored by the 
College of Nursing and CU Wellness 
Fitness Program. 

Some of the key speakers included 
David 0. Cooke, the Deputy Assistant 
Secretary of Defense under Administra- 
tion. Also, both Lt. Clebe McCleary and 
Dr. William Wentworth, a sociology 
professor at Clemson, spoke on their ex- 
periences in Vietnam. 

AFROTC's primary organization, Ar- 
nold Air Society, was a national, honor- 
ary, professional, and service organiza- 
tion. The Major Rudolph Anderson, Jr. 
Squadron of Arnold Air Society was 
commanded by Cadet Andy Chamblee, 



a sophomore majoring in Psychology. 
The membership enrollment was 54. 
AAS won the following Area V and VI 
awards for 1986-1987: the Maryland 
Cup for the #1 large squadron, Lemay 
Ohio Award, Samuel E. Anderson 
Award, A.T. Reid Crimson Glory 
Award, Ciccoli Joint Operations Award, 
and the Colonel Hall Freedom Cup 
Award. Also on the National Level, 
AAS won the LeMay Ohio Award for 
outstanding support of the Air Force 
Association, the parent organization of 
Arnold Air Society. Their activities in- 
cluded POW/MIA awareness programs. 
Girl Scout Derby Day, celebrity auc- 
tion, and blood drive. 

AFROTC looked forward to continu- 
ing its community involvement, as well 
as recruiting, training, and commission- 
ing the Air Force leaders of tomorrow. 



Cadet Captain Wanda Fullard 




Drilling on Bowman Field allows the ca- 
dets to practice their marching. 




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New cadets are trained in every aspect of 
the drilling procedures. 




The Leading 
Developers 

Student Development was responsi- 
ble for a plethora of activities encom- 
passing different facets of student life 
outside the confines of the classroom. 
Under its umbrella came diverse orga- 
nizations such as professional clubs, 
fraternities and sororities, student me- 
dia, sports clubs, honoraries and service 
groups. 

Student Development was broadly 
classified into two major categories — 
Programs and Services. 

Programs acted as an advisory body 
to clubs, fraternities and sororities; as- 
sisted in the celebration of annual 
events like Tigerama, Homecoming, 
Greek Week, First Friday; offered Stu- 
dent Government services, especially in 
the form of coin operated copiers. 

On the other hand. Services was tar- 
geted towards a more specific audience, 
to highlight a few — minority, handi- 
capped. International students, gradu- 
ate students. It also promoted Alcohol 
and Drug awareness on campus and im- 
plementation of special projects for the 
minorities. 

Student Development envisaged as 
one of its primary objectives develop- 
ment of programs which hone the lead- 
ership skills of a student. This en- 
hanced a students' potential and led to 
greater all around evolvement as an in- 
didividual. However the ultimate goal 
of Student Development best expressed 
by Theresa Pascal Evans was that they 
strive to provide an environment which 
helps in the formation of a large cartel 
of loyal and proud Clemson Alumni. 
What better testimonial could one ask 
for?>v 

S.Srivaths 




Robert Hall 



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78 



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(above) Dr. Kirk Brague celebrates his re- 
cent graduation. There are times he needs 
that extra education to handle problems 
that develop, especially ours. 

(far left) Members of the Student Develop- 
ment office, like Mickey Lewis, work for 
the good of the student. 

(top left) Winkie Stiles, one of the secre- 
taries in the Student Development office, 
helps things run smoothly. 

(left) Joy Smith keeps extremely busy run- 
ning the Student Development office. 



Robert Hall 



STUDENT DEVELOPMENT >v 79 




The magician brought in by the committee 
thrills the audience with the old electric 
saw trick. 

One of the entertainment acts sponsored 
by the coffeehouse committee is singer 
Dave Wopat. 





Mike Morga 



Jill Russell 



The Force Behind The Fun 



After a long struggle to keep its iden- 
tity, Coffee House, a committee of the 
Clemson University Union was back 
better than ever. Coffee House held its 
entertainment in Edgar's on various 
days of the week. 

Coffee Houses evolved in the early 
1960's and was an "out-of-the-way" 
place for beatniks who escaped society, 
sipped herbal tea and listened to mel- 
low music. The roots of Coffee Houses 
could be traced back to Greenwich 
Village. 

As the years have worn on, Clemson's 
Coffee House has seen some changes. 
Its format of musical acts has expanded 
to include comedy entertainment. 



Coffee House kicked off the fall se- 
mester with Charlotte's best . . . Carl 
Rosen, making his fifth appearance at 
Clemson University. As the lights 
dimmed on the full house, Carl once 
again produced that high energy Rock 
'n' Roll comedy on keyboards. Carl 
played hits from Billy Joel, Bruce 
Springsteen, Stevie Nicks, Elton John 
and many more along with his own 
original scores. 

Rick Kelley gave an outstanding per- 
formance with his Motown Rhythm 
and Blues. Dave Wopat, back by popu- 
lar demand, kept the year going with 
his unique blend of keyboards and syn- 
thesizers. To make the year complete. 



Coffee House brought snickers and 
laughter with the comedy duo Elec- 
tronic Zoot Suit, and magician Charles 
M. Greene mesmerized the audience 
with his magical acts. 

The above performers were but only 
a few of the great quality entertainment 
Coffee House provided over the year. 

Coffee House was and will remain a 
place where students and faculty could 
go to escape the pressures of the day 
and kick back in a relaxed atmosphere 
of outstanding entertainment. 



Cynthia "Sprout" Mangels 



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.STUDENT LIFE 



The magician Charles M. Greene is just 
one of a wide variety of acts which enter- 
tain on campus. 




Jill Russell 



COFFEEHOUSE >^ 81 



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With a new twist added to the tradi- 
tional Spirit Blitz, a whole week was 
dedicated solely to the promotion and 
recognition of the great spirit of dedi- 
cated fans backing their Clemson 
Tigers. 

The theme was "Pawpulation Cele- 
bration" and in keeping with this, Stu- 
dent Government worked with Central 
Spirit to provide tiger paw signs for 
each student to hang in dorm windows. 

Three volleyball tournaments and a 
basketball exhibition were the other 
sports promoted during the week, rath- 
er than only the football game as in 
previous years. 

A pep rally on Thursday fired up the 
fans with performances by the cheer- 
leaders. Rally Cats and Tiger Band. A 
special light show also helped fans 
heighten their spirits. 

Generous sponsors played a key role 
in Spirit Blitz activities. Coca-Cola do- 
nated five hundred T-shirts given away 
at the pep rally and the Athletic De- 
partment sought out the sponsors, 
WFBC and Amoco, who provided 
80,000 orange megaphones that were 
distributed at the game. J. P. Stevens 
sewed the huge colorful banners deco- 
rating the stadium that were designed 
by Central Spirit members. 

At an early start of 6:30 am, Central 
Spirit began blowing up balloons and 
making paper tiger paws for the fences 
on Saturday. They teamed together at 
half-time with Tiger Band to make the 
world's largest tiger paw in the middle 
of the field, whose endzones had been 
painted orange for the final home game. 
Fifteen thousand balloons were re- 
leased afterwards. 

Over two hundred people lined up at 
the end of half-time to greet the return- 
ing Tigers in a Spirit Tunnel and lead 
fans in a cheer with orange and white 
flash cards. 

During the third and fourth quarters, 
loyal fans had the opportunity to actu- 
ally take part in the activities down on 
the field. Taking turns carrying it, fans 
kept the Tiger Paw Flag circling 'round 
the stadium, helping lead Clemson to a 
45-16 victory over Maryland and the 
ACC championship. 

Spirit Blitz '87 was a fun-filled week 
of excitement. Plans were already _being 
made for next year's celebration. 



Dawn Houston 



82 



STUDENT LIFE 





Jill Russel 




Jill Russell 

(upper left) Central Spirit makes sure ev- 
ery student is aware of the upcoming Blitz 
by signs hanging everywhere. 

(lower left) During the game, the huge 
banners are just another reminder of the 
"Pawpulation Celebration" and the "Rally 
in the Valley." 

(top) Students celebrate the Tigers' vic- 
tory with their 80,000 megaphones. 

(bottom) The Rally Cats and members of 
Central Spirit welcome the Tigers back af- 
ter half-time. 



SPIRIT BLITZ 



83 



(right) To the tune of Tiger Rag, 10,000 
balloons are released. 

(far right) The Tiger takes his turn in the 
relay of running the flag around the field. 

(bottom right) As a part of Spirit Blitz, stu- 
dents display tiger paws in their windows. 

(below) During half-time, the Central 
Spirit members and the band create the 
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SPIRIT BLITZ X. 85 



(Orange and) White Christmas 



Many signs hinted that Christmas 
was approaching — decorations topped 
the streetlights in downtown Clemson, 
candles lighted the windows of Sikes 
and Tillman Halls and the dining halls 
served their traditional Christmas 
Feast. 

Students joined in the festivities by 
putting candles or colored lights in 
their dorm windows. Some were lucky 
enough to have Christmas trees and 
many decorated their doors. Even up- 
coming final exams couldn't stifle their 
holiday spirit, as students listened to 
Christmas music while they studied 
and took time out to watch their favor- 
ite Christmas specials on TV. 

Christmas celebrations in the 1980's 
were quite different from Christmases a 




At the President's Mansion, Dr. Max Len- 
non greets Deena Summer and Pamela 
Clyburn during the open house at Christ- 
mas. 

The Clemson Recorder Society provides 
seasonal music in the elaborately decorat- 
ed Hanover House. 



hundred years ago. Everyone was given 
the opportunity to experience an old- 
fashioned Christmas when Christmases 
from the past and present were brought 
together for an evening during "Christ- 
mas in Clemson." The Fort Hill Man- 
sion, Hanover House and the Presi- 
dent's home were decorated for an open 
house which was free to the public. 

The Fort Hill Mansion, home of John 
C. Calhoun, was decorated for Christ- 
mas for the first time in over twelve 
years. Candles and greenery adorned 
the rooms and the dining room table 
was set with a Christmas feast similar 
to that which John C. Calhoun and his 
family would have eaten. 

Luminaries lighted the sidewalk in 
front of the Hanover House, which was 



decorated in the Colonial Williamsburg 
tradition of ribbon, lace, natural green- 
ery and candles. A beautiful Christmas 
tree trimmed in gold and white provid- 
ed a backdrop for musical performances 
by several groups. 

A return to a modern Christmas was 
found at the President's home. Presi- 
dent and Mrs. Max Lennon were on 
hand to greet everyone as they toured 
the house and sampled tasty holiday 
treats. 

Christmas brought to Clemson not 
only all the usual holiday decorations 
and events, but also a few new tradi- 
tions which added to the excitement 
and magic of the holiday season. '^^ 

Debbie Myers 




All photos by Richard M. Baldwin II 



86 



STUDENT LIFE 




Participants in the Christmas at Clemson 
enjoy hot cider at the Hanover House. 

Two potential co-eds admire the crafty 
gingerbread house which is a replica of the 
Hanover House. 

Volunteer Mary Catherine Littlejohn en- 
lightens the Hanover House's guests on its 
rich and colorful history. 




CHRISTMAS 



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One of the greatest Spring Concerts 
was performed by Huey Lewis and the 
News during the month of March. 
Their performance simply seemed to 
amaze the crowd as soon as they per- 
formed their first song and continued to 
do so until the very last song ended. 

Overwhelming the audience with 
songs such as "I know what I Like" and 
the theme from the motion picture 
"Back To The Future," "Back In 
Time," required the group to make only 
one of numerous encore performances. 
The group of four horn players, Tower 
of Power, which was introduced at the 
beginning of the concert and remained 
until the end continued to excite the 
audience until the concert was complet- 
ed. Huey Lewis' concert proved to be a 
success as the group accomplished their 
one main goal of letting the audience 
have a great time. 

The opening act, Delbert McClinton, 
was able to overcome the popularity of 
Huey Lewis and held the audiences' at- 
tention with well-performed songs such 
as "Shaky Ground." This group en- 
abled the audience to hear old-fash- 
ioned rock 'n' roll as well as some blues 
songs that were performed with excel- 
lence. They have the opportunity of be- 
of becoming the success they are 
seeking.'"^^ 

Andrea Cohenour 



STUDENT LIFE 





HUEY LEWIS X. 89 



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During the first weekend of October, 
REM gave a concert in Littlejohn Coli- 
seum which was the second stop of their 
Work Tour. Lead singer Michael Stipe, 
drummer Bill Berry and the other 
members of the band, Mike Mills and 
Peter Buck, all seemed to enjoy the 
show as much as the audience did. Ev- 
eryone was on his/her feet for the entire 
concert — from the opening number, 
"The Finest Worksong" to the end of 
the third encore. REM kept the audi- 
ence moving by playing songs from 
many of their albums including "Fables 
of the Reconstruction," "Life's Rich 
Pageant," and "Document." Although 
the lyrics of many REM songs were im- 
possible to understand, the crowd sang 
along with many songs such as "West of 
the Fields," "I Believe" and their hit 
"The One I Love." The opening act, 
10,000 Maniacs also gave an enthusias- 
tic performance of songs from their al- 
bum "In My Tribe." The crowd partic- 
ularly enjoyed the times that lead 
singer Natalie Merchant sang duets 
with Michael Stipe. Together they did a 
moving version of "Ain't No Sunshine 
When She's Gone," including impres- 
sive harmonizing and extending some 
verses while singing a cappella.' 



Jill Russell 







90 X. STUDENT LIFE 




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In accordance with recent custom, 
Clemson had another concert this year 
as part of its Homecoming festivities. 
The performance given by Fleetwood 
Mac definitely was one of the best con- 
certs in Littlejohn in recent years. 
Though the opening act, Cruzados, did 
not get the night off to a great start, 
Fleetwood Mac made up for lost enter- 
tainment and thoroughly pleased the 
near capacity crowd. 

Fleetwood Mac appealed to all ages 
by playing both many of their "clas- 
sics" from the seventies as well as a 
good bit of their newer material. Fleet- 
wood Mac came to Clemson on a tour 
that marked the first tour that the band 
had been on without Lindsey Bucking- 
ham. Lindsey Buckingham was both a 
guitarist and co-lead vocalist with Ste- 
vie Nicks. The two newcomers the band 
brought to replace him performed bet- 
ter than was expected. One specialized 
in Blues and entertained the crowd 
with two of his own pieces. The concert 
was highlighted by a synthesizer solo 
by Mick Fleetwood. This solo was dif- 
ferent in the fact that the synthesizer 
was made into a garment that Mick 
Fleetwood wore. By touching different 
areas on himself, he was able to create 
different instruments and sounds. 

Even though this show did not have 
an extravagant stage set-up or a fantas- 
tic light show, it did provide good, solid 
rock n'roll to really boost a Homecom- 
ing weekend. '^^ 

Chris Calhoun 
Mark Scott 



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lEXIPIEKIIENCIE 



In 1984 when drummer Rick Allen 
lost his arm in a car accident, some had 
doubts as to whether the band Def Lep- 
pard would come back from such a trag- 
edy. Well, come back they did — with a 
multi-platinum album, Hysteria, and a 
sold out world-wide concert tour. 

Opening with "Stagefright" from the 
Pyromania album, the two-hour show 
included all its great classics, such as 
"Too Late for Love," "Bringing on the 
Heartbreak," "Rock of Ages," and of 
course, "Photograph." The concert was 
performed in the round and the band 
made sure every seat was a good seat by 
constantly moving from one side of the 
stage to the other. Even the drum set 
rotated. Lasers were used extensively 
— sometimes playing over the crowd 
and sometimes playing on screens that 
came down over the stage. 

The band members themselves 
looked like they were out simply to 
have a great time. Lead singer Joe El- 
liot was a whirlwind, running around 
the stage constantly, encouraging the 
crowd to sing along with him. Guitarists 
Phil Collen, Steve Clark and Rick Sav- 
age proved that Def Leppard's critical 
acclaim was well deserved. Drummer 
Rick Allen showed that losing an arm 
was no handicap to drumming. He used 
an ingenious setup designed so that he 
could use both feet in addition to his 
arm. 

Overall, everyone seemed to have a 
great time. No one wanted the show to 
end. When it finally did, the most 
prominent question was, "How soon 
will they be back?""^^ 

Lisa Stark 



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Dizzy Gillespie visited Clemson's 
Tillman Hall in October to prove that a 
69-year-old man could still rock with 
the best of them. Coming onto stage 
with moves that Bill Cosby would die 
for, Dizzy led the crowd through 2 plus 
hours of hard driving jazz music. Never 
letting up for a minute, this jazz legend 
performed solos that would have wind- 
ed a marathon runner and then went 
into one of his famous dance moves that 
had the audience gasping in awe. 

Dizzy's vast repertoire included The- 
lonius Monk's "Round Midnight" and 
his own "A Night in Tunisia." The con- 
sumate performer, Dizzy got together 
some of the hottest backup musicians in 
the jazz community. Sam Rivers on sax- 
ophone, Ed Charrie on electric guitar, 
John Lee on electric bass, plus a drum- 
mer that could have taught Alex Van 
Halen a thing or two. They not only 
proved that they could follow Dizzy's 
lead, but each put up exciting solos of 
their own. 

With Dizzy's unbelievable cheeks 
(how does he do that?!?), great moves, 
and arguably the best jazz music being 
played today, this was one show that 
had to be seen to be believed. Seeing 
how strong Dizzy played is no indica- 
tion that this legend won't still be going 
strong well into his seventies. 



Joel Lehrer 




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On warm sunny afternoons, students can 
take the opportunity to wash their cars for 
the upcoming weekend. 

The basketball area at Johnstone is a hub- 
bub of activity in the afternoons usually 
due to the procrastination of studies. 



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JUST 



HANGING 



AROUND 




During a basketball game, cheerleader 
Beth Childress was up in the air in support 
of the Tigers. 

Due to the January snow, students en- 
gaged in many productive activities, one of 
which was not studying. 



HANGING AROUND X 99 



New Deans 102 

Calhoun College 104 

Graduate Students 106 

Computer Center 108 

Mike McDonald 110 

Co-op 112 

Wellness Challenge 114 

Nursing 116 

Commerce and Industry 118 

Laboratories 122 

Planerarium 124 

Fine Arts 126 



Art Gallery 128 

Student Teachers 130 

Education 132 

Gun Boat 134 

Mechanical Legs 140 

Brackett 142 

Agricultural Sales Center 144 

Animal Adaptations 146 

Calhoun Mansion 148 

Walter Cox 150 

Hunter Building 152 



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100 N. ACADEMICS 



Taking The Reins 



Clemson welcomed two deans to its 
faculty in 1987. The College of Nursing 
and the College of Sciences were head- 
ed by the new deans, Opal Hipps, who 
replaced Dean of Nursing, Mary 
Lohrm, and Bobby Wixson, who re- 
placed Dean of Sciences, Henry Vogel. 

Opal Hipps returned to Clemson's 
College of Nursing after an eight year 
absence. She was a member of the nurs- 
ing faculty at Clemson from 1969 to 
1979. 

Among Dean Hipps' goals for the 
College of Nursing were plans for insur- 
ing that the curriculum was as strong as 
possible for both graduate and under- 
graduate programs. She also cited plans 
for fund raising efforts to increase re- 
search and the college's endowment. 

Although Hipps said, "Education is 
our primary mission," she added that 
the College of Nursing "can and should 
develop in the areas of promoting the 
health of the community and taking its 
leadership role in the Upstate." 

Hipps obtained her bachelor's and 
master's degrees from the University of 
North Carolina at Chapel Hill and held 
a doctorate in health education admin- 
istration from the University of South 
Carolina. 

Bobby Wixson took over the post of 
Dean of the College of Sciences on Au- 
gust 17, 1987. His experience with other 
land-grant institutions like Clemson 
was one of the assets Dean Wixson 
brought to the college. He was anxious 
to help in the transition Clemson was 
making to upgrade its programs and 



Dean Opal Hipps carefully reviews the 
College of Nursing's undergraduate pro- 
grams in order to update the courses 
offered. 

Dean Hipps received a warm welcome on 
her return to Clemson after an eight year 
absence. 



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research. 

Dean Wixson's goals for the College 
of Sciences included a reward system 
for the faculty, which was designed to 
best develop the faculty and staff. He 
sought to get the faculty more involved 
in industry, the community, and in 
travel. One of his main objectives fo- 
cused on the assessment of where the 
College of Sciences stood and how to 
best utilize its resources for the future. 

Dean Wixson ran an "open door poli- 
cy" for students, often talking to them 
to learn their views and suggestions. As 
he put it, 'If the students were not here, 
we wouldn't be here."^ 



Tammy A. Woolbright 



Dean Bobby Wixson has high hopes for im- 
proving the College of Sciences. 

Dean Wixson proudly displays a painting 
he received as a gift from the Brazilian 
government. 



All photos by Russell Roman 




NEW DEANS 



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In Search Of The Best 




Charlie Hill finds a quiet and comfortable 
place to study for an upcoming test. 



The Calhoun College honors program 
presented the best students, faculty, 
and curricula Clemson had to offer. The 
twenty-five year old program continued 
to grow in 1987 with 487 honors stu- 
dents, compared to 1983's 210 students. 
Each of the University's nine colleges 
were represented in the honors 
program. 

Calhoun College had several key fea- 
tures of attraction for its students. 
These included smaller classes of about 
twenty or fewer students. The smaller 
classes offered more individual atten- 
tion for each student, as well as allow- 
ing the course to be taught at an appro- 
priate level for the honors students. 
The honors classes were taught only by 
Clemson's best faculty. Honors classes 
were never taught by graduate 
students. 

Another feature of the college was the 
honors seminars. Each year speakers 
and dignitaries were brought to Clem- 
son to meet and discuss events with the 
Calhoun scholars. The Calhoun College 
lectures for 1987-88 featured such 
speakers as Dr. Ferrol Sams, an author 
of two novels and owner of a medical 
clinic in Georgia. 

Dr. Sams spoke on "Creative Writing 




in Your Dotage." Psychiatrist Dr. Garth 
Wood presented "the principles of mor- 
al therapy" to Calhoun Scholars in his 
speech, "The Myth of Neurosis: Over- 
coming the Illness Excuse." 

The 1988 President's Honors Collo- 
quim featured Moorhead Kennedy, a 
State Department official who was one 
of the Iranian hostages held 444 days in 
1979. Mr. Kennedy spoke on "The 
Great Satan: The Terrorist View of 
America." These lectures were open to 
the public free of charge. 

Calhoun Scholars were chosen by 
several criteria. The incoming high 
school student was required to have a 
1200 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test 
(SAT), as well as be in the top ten per- 
cent of his graduating class. The incom- 
ing transfer student, entering the hon- 
ors program, had to have a 3.4 or higher 
grade point ratio (GPR), a higher GPR 
than is required for most college honors 
programs. The student also had to have 
been predicted, by the admissions of- 
fice, to earn a 3.0 or better GPR while at 
Clemson. 

The Clemson House provided the 
fifth and sixth floors for residences for 
137 of the Calhoun Scholars. The hous- 
ing provided for a community feeling 



All photos by Susan Wright 

between the honors students. The hon- 
ors program fostered the feeling with a 
sports team. Honors Council Meetings, 
and picnics. 

A new project for the college was the 
South Carolina Junior Scholars. It was 
officially titled the "Summer Science 
and Engineering Program" and was op- 
erated in cooperation with South Caro- 
lina high schools. Eighth grade stu- 
dents were allowed to ta.ke the SAT and 
the top six percent scorers were named 
Junior Scholars for high school. The 
distinction allowed them to participate 
in the summer program and was an ad- 
vantage for those who would be seeking 
admission to Clemson at a later date. 

For those students completing the 
honors program at Clemson, there were 
senior departmental honors awarded 
the evening before graduation. Stu- 
dents achieving the honors received an 
honors medallion made of bronze. To 
be considered for Senior Departmental 
Honors, the student had to have com- 
pleted the university's requirements 
with a GPR of 3.4 and completed ap- 



Clifton Lewis, a chemical engineering ma- 
jor, enters data into a personal computer 
for a project he is completing. 



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proved departmental honors courses at 
the 300 or 400 level. The student had to 
have earned twelve hours credit of the 
honors courses and have earned at least 
a B in each course. Students who 
worked toward Senior Departmental 
Honors started working toward the 
goal as early as the end of their sopho- 
more year. 

Calhoun College not only accepted 
bright, diligent, and creative students, 
but also helped them to focus their re- 
sources to become quality graduates of 
Clemson. Dr. Jack Stevenson, Director 
of Calhoun College, said about his job, 
"1 like my job. I feel I have the best job 
on campus!"'^^ 

Mandy Moak 
Tammy A. Woolbright 

Providing a community feeling is part of 
Bryan Sudduth's duties as a resident as- 
sistant at the Clemson House. 




Dr. Jack Stevenson was proud of the stu- 
dents in Calhoun College and said so often. 

The Clemson House offered a feeling of 
unity for the 137 Calhoun Scholars living 
there. 



CALHOUN COLLEGK N. 105 




Russell Speicher 
Many graduate students in the chemistry 
and biology departments spend a large 
amount of time in laboratories. 

With studies and responsibilities to profes- 
sors, graduate students put in many hours 
at the university. 

Teaching undergraduate laboratories is 
another task performed mainly by gradu- 
ate students. 




Russell Speicher 




Russell Speicher 



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ACADEMICS 



School goes on 



Undaunted by the loads of research infor- 
mation she's collected, this grad student 
begins her project with an optimistic smile. 




The Graduate School at Clemson oc- 
cupied a vital niche in university life. 
Graduate students not only were stu- 
dents, but acted as teaching assistants, 
tutors, and researchers. The Graduate 
School aimed to provide comprehensive 
teaching in special fields, offer instruc- 
tion in the methods of independent in- 
vestigation and to foster the spirit of 
research scholarship among its stu- 
dents. 

Students in the graduate program 
had to have obtained a four year degree 
from an acceptable university and have 
the approval of the department or pro- 
gram head. The student also had to 
show evidence he or she would benefit 
from study in a graduate program. In- 
ternational students, in addition to 
having to pass the graduate record 
exam (GRE), had to pass the test of 
English as a Foreign Language, unless 
English was their native language. 
Those seeking professional degrees of- 
ten were required to have professional 



Michael J. Morga 




experience and/or credentials, depend- 
ing on the college awarding the degree. 

Clemson University offered three re- 
search degrees, a Master of Arts, a Mas- 
ter of Science, and a Doctor of Philoso- 
phy. The university also offered courses 
for sixteen professional degrees: Doctor 
of Education, Specialist in Education, 
Master of Agriculture, Master of Agri- 
cultural Education, Master of Architec- 
ture, Master of Building Science and 
Management, Master of Business Ad- 
ministration, Master of City and Re- 
gional Planning, Master of Education, 
Master of Engineering, Master of Fine 
Arts, Master of Forestry, Master of In- 
dustrial Education, Master of Nutri- 
tional Sciences, Master of Parks, Re- 
creation and Tourism Management, 
and Master of Professional Accounting. 

Students who were working for a 
Master's degree were required to com- 
plete nine semester hours of graduate 
credit in one semester or two consecu- 
tive summer sessions or fifteen semes- 
ter hours of graduate credit, six hours of 
which were research, in a twelve month 
period. Students who wished to obtain 
a Doctor of Philosophy degree were re- 
quired to have twelve to twenty-four 
hours worth of graduate level courses 
and eighteen hours of doctoral research. 
Before graduation, the student was also 
required to pass a final oral exam. Stu- 
dents seeking Doctor of Education de- 
grees had the same requirements as 
Doctor of Philosophy students, in addi- 
tion to serving an internship. All gradu- 
ate students were required to maintain 
an overall B average. 

When asked why she chose Clem- 
son's graduate program, Sashi Asir- 
vatham, an international student, said, 
"It was my kismet. I am having fun!" 
she added with a smile. 

The Graduate Student Association 
provided a spirit of commeraderie for 
the graduate students while addressing 
problems or issues that concerned its 
members. The organization provided 
support and an academic and cultural 
atmosphere for its members by provid- 
ing better communication between de- 
partments and students. 



Tammy A. Woolbright 



Mary Ann Prater, also taking graduate 
classes, helps a graduate student work 
through a problem she's encountered. 



Michael J. Morga 



GRADUATE SCHOOLX. 107 




The latest stir in the Computer De- 
partment at Clemson was the new Com- 
puter Operations Center. The Opera- 
tions Center could be found eight miles 
from campus at the Clemson Research 
Park, a 210 acre industrial park. 

The new center had been in the uni- 
versity's plans for the last few years, 
but difficulties in building on campus 
encouraged the university to look into 
innovative ways to gain space. In Octo- 
ber of 1986, ground breaking ceremo- 
nies were finally held with completion 
plans scheduled for December 1987. As 
luck would have it though, the con- 
struction ran ahead of the completion 
schedule and the Computer Center 
planned to move into the 40,000- 
square-foot facility by Thanksgiving. 

The building was designed especially 
to house the university's mainframe 
computer and informational systems 
development group, a move which va- 
cated an entire floor of Martin and 
some vital space in the Poole Agricul- 
tural Center. Computer consultants, al- 
ready on campus, remained. Since the 
building was designed to house a com- 
puter, there were several features such 
as a raised floor for cooling the comput- 
ers. Also, the wiring was run under the 
flooring. The building featured several 
backup systems in case of power failure. 
One backup system was battery operat- 
ed, while another was a diesel system. 

With all the special features of the 
building came extra costs. Half of the 
cost incurred was in support systems for 
the computer. These financial concerns, 
along with building costs, were de- 
frayed by a private developer, the 
South Carolina Research Authority. 
Clemson leased the facility from the de- 
veloper since that method was faster 
and more cost efficient than building on 
campus. Students did not notice much 
difference in their operations with the 
computer, although each student was 
assigned a new computer identification 
code. 

It was hoped the research park would 
attract "new industries to the area with 
interests in electronics, fiber and poly- 



Dr. Christopher Duckenfield is anxious for 
the Computer Operations Center to open 
and sees it as a necessity in order for the 
university to keep up with modern tech- 
nology. 

Overcrowding at the Plant and Animal 
Building promoted the construction of a 
new computer center. 



108 N. ACADEMICS 






Russell Roman 

mer materials, advanced engineering fi- 
bers and composite materials, crop ge- 
netics, biomaterials, farm machinery, 
forestry products and robotics" accord- 
ing to the Clemson News Services. In- 
dustries such as these relied on Clem- 
son research and were to be charged a 
fee for computer use. This allowed for 
any additional budget strains to be 
lightened. 

As Dr. Christopher Duckenfield said 
the Computer Operations Center was a 
showcase for Clemson University and 
was a necessary addition to the univer- 
sity's plans to expand and to keep up 
with modern technology. "^v 

Tammy A. Woolbright 



Large amounts of equipment and computer 
spools will have to be moved to the new 
center. 



Russell Speicher 



COMPUTER CENTER X. 109 



Alumni Master Teacher 1987 



Mike McDonald. That was a name 
familiar to many students at Clemson. 
A name in 1987 associated with the 
prestigious Alumi Master Teacher's 
Award. The award was chosen by the 
students and officially announced dur- 
ing May graduation. As Mike McDon- 
ald said "It helped me recognize the 
good relationships I have been estab- 
lishing while at Clemson." 

The award included the traditional 
plaque, the chance to sit on stage during 
gradution, and a $1500 stipend. There 
were two main criterea upon which stu- 
dents based their votes for Alumni 
Master Teacher. Good classroom in- 
struction and good contact with stu- 
dents outside of class were the two im- 
portant aspects of judging. Prior to 
coming to Clemson, Dr. McDonald 
earned a bachlor's degree in industrial 
management from Georgia Tech in 



Surrounded by volumes of books, Dr. Mc- 
Donald uses his knowledge and experi- 
ences to help write lesson plans his stu- 
dents can "relate to." 

Dr. McDonald is deeply concerned that his 
students not only learn the material in a 
course, but also applications for the les- 
sons in "the real world." 




Courtesy of Clemson University Communications Center 




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Dr. Mike McDonald was honored by the 
students who chose him for Alumni Master 
Teacher 1987. 



1971. Three years later at the Universi- 
ty of Georgia, he acquired a master's 
degree in counseling psychology. Then, 
three years later in 1976, Dr. McDonald 
received his Ph.D. in organizational be- 
havior from the University of Georgia. 
He worked part-time for both Furman 
and Queen's College in Charlotte. 

But, it was while he was at Georgia 
Tech that Mike McDonald decided he 
loved teaching. "I realized one day that 
the greatest pleasures in my life were 
associated with the academic environ- 
ment," he said. He attributed his love of 
teaching to the effect of some of his 
college professors. 

Dr. McDonald taught two courses 
within the Management Department. 
One was the popular senior elective, 
"Human Resources Management." The 
course was a 400 level course and only 
open to seniors and graduate students. 
His second course was a basic survey 
course titled "Principles of Manage- 
ment," which he especially enjoyed 
teaching. He also worked as a consul- 
tant with many large businesses from 
hospital to textile companies such as 
Milliken. Dr. McDonald was active as a 
teacher in continuing education pro- 
grams scheduled by Clemson's Office of 
Professional Development. He said his 
work outside of the Clemson classroom 
helped him relate his experiences to the 
undergraduate students and "students 
enjoy that." 

With all these activities, Mike Mc- 
Donald had little free time. With the 
spare moments he did capture though, 
he enjoyed snow skiing, sail boating, 
and traveling. Closer to home, he found 
gardening a relaxing pasttime. McDon- 
ald resided in a cabin with five acres of 
hardwoods and a small stream. Al- 
though he had no family, he did have a 
cat companion named "Buddy." 

As Alumni Master Teacher, Dr. Mike 
McDonald smiled, "In a word, it's the 
most outstanding thing that has hap- 
pened in the twelve years I have been at 
Clemson."' 



Mandy Moak 
Tammy A. Woolbright 



ALUMNI MASTER TEACHER X. Ill 



Getting paid for an education 



Finishing college and becoming a 
part of the work force were always a 
part of every student's thoughts. It was 
a time of doubts and even fears. The 
question for many of the students was 
"Will I get the job I want?" or "Will I 
get the job at all?" Other students ques- 
tioned their choice of major and career 
plans. With good reason, students wor- 
ried that they were wasting four or 
more years of their lives. 

About 500 students each year decided 
to combine working toward a degree 
and get a salary doing it. Beginning af- 
ter their freshman year, students alter- 
nated semesters at school with semes- 
ters co-oping for businesses, industries, 
and the government. To complete the 
co-op requirement, students worked a 
minimum of three work periods with 
the same employer. 

Students worked with the Coopera- 
tive Education staff to initiate their co- 
op experience. After the application 
procedure and orientation for the stu- 
dents, the staff worked with students to 
find the right job opportunity for them. 
Director of Cooperative Education 
Marty W'illiams said, "Students post- 
pone graduation for the opportunity to 
co-op. We try to get to know each stu- 
dent individually and make co-oping a 
valuable experience." 

For their efforts, students gained 
valuable work experience that made 
their curriculum more meaningful, im- 
proved prospects for permanent em- 
ployment, reinforced career choices, 
and sharpened their career focus. Com- 



Clemson student Tim Hix learns first hand 
the future of electronics in meters. 

Sangamo Western in West Union, South 
Carolina actively participates in the co-op 
education program by employing many 
students. 



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Co-op student Nick Petrakos spends his 
time in the engineering office, as well as in 
the assembly portions of the plant. 

Co-oping gives Cindy Bagnal practical en- 
gineering experiences. 



panies had the advantage of looking at 
prospective employees for an extended 
work period. Often, students who co- 
oped were looked at favorably for per- 
manent employment. 

Most students who co-oped were in 
the Engineering and Computer Science 
fields. A Federal grant provided by 
more students to co-op in the areas of 
Accounting, Forestry, and Textiles. 
The primary employers for students 
were Dupont, Milliken, IBM, and Duke 
Power. Graphic Communication major 
Karen Lott described her co-op experi- 
ence, "Co-oping was one of the best 
educations I could get. I encountered 
the "Real World" situations that could 
not be taught in the class room. The 
contacts that I made will be an asset as I 
begin my career after graduation. The 
financial supplement was an incentive. 
Earning extra money helped when re- 
turning to campus. ""^v 

Mandy Moak 



CO-OP STUDENTS 



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S.-OLI 



Wellness challenges 
students 



More people crowded into aerobics 
classes and joggers lined the sidewalks 
as increasing numbers of Clemson stu- 
dents and faculty not only joined the 
fitness craze, but adopted an entire 
wellness lifestyle. 

According to Lynn Lesley, Wellness 
Coordinator at the Nursing Center, the 
concept of wellness went beyond simple 
physical fitness to encompass an entire 
philosophy of life. The wellness life- 
style incorporated emotional and spiri- 
tual well-being, environmental aware- 
ness and good nutrition along with 
physical fitness. 

In order to educate people about 
wellness and encourage them to adopt a 
wellness lifestyle, the Nursing Center, 
along with other university depart- 
ments, sponsored many wellness-relat- 
ed activities. A series of mini-lectures 
known as "Wellness Wednesday" in- 
cluded discussions on exercise, nutri- 
tion, time management and relaxation. 
Several walking groups were organized 
to encourage everyone to start an exer- 
cise program. 

Scattered amid the fashionably color- 
coordinated leotards at aerobics were 
many blue and white T-shirts sporting 
the "Wellness Works at Clemson" logo. 
These owners were the proud partici- 
pants of the first Wellness Challenge. 
Each of the 759 participants came to 
the Nursing Center for health screening 
at the beginning of the program. Mea- 
surements such as height, weight, blood 
pressure and percent body fat were tak- 
en. Each participant was given recom- 
mendations for his/her optimal weight 
and an exercise program. Everyone par- 
ticipated in an aerobic activity, such as 
swimming, walking or aerobics for at 
least thirty minutes three times a week 
for nine weeks. At the end of nine weeks 



The Wellness Challenge incorporates vari- 
ous tests to determine the healthiness of 
the student. 

Upmost care is taken in being sterile, ac- 
curate, and thorough. 



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The newest electronic equipment is used in 
conjunction with the wellness challenge 
tests. 

Even standard tests, like the eye exam, are 
performed. 



the same measurements were taken 
again. Most participants were able to 
observe a decrease in their percent body 
fat along with an increased feeling of 
well-being. 

A Fitness Festival was planned for 
the spring. This annual family event 
involved not only the Nursing Center, 
but also many other departments on 
campus with a health orientation. The 
recreation department, nutrition de- 
partment, Fike and the athletic depart- 
ment planned games and booths with 
displays such as fast food analysis and 
blood pressure screening to educate 
people about wellness. 

The Nursing Center worked to help 
people find a balance among the many 
different aspects of health in order to 
improve the quality of their lives. 



Debbie Myers 



All photos by Donna Andrews 



WELLNESS CHALLENGE X. 115 



Healthy Profession 



Q — Why did you decide to go into 
nursing? 

A — Because I enjoy helping people. 
Also all the opportunities that being a 
nurse will offer me after I graduate. 

Q — What opportunities are these? 

A — One of these opportunities is the 
recent increase in average starting pay. 
A few years ago the average starting pay 
was under twenty thousand dollars as 
opposed to as much as twenty four 
thousand now. Not only is the pay bet- 
ter but it is alot easier to advance in 
salary. 

Q — Are there more than just monetary 
opportunities? 

A — Yes, there are educational advan- 
tages such as hospitals now offer pro- 




All photos by Robert L. Hall Jr. 
Test strips dipped in urine are tested for 
such things as pH level, glucose levels, and 
ketone bodies. 

Centrifuge machines are used to separate 
the components of blood for futher testing. 



programs to send nurses back to school 
for their masters and doctorates. There 
are also position advancement opportu- 
nities within the hospital that you work 
in. There are also other jobs besides 
working for a hospital. There are also 
fringe benefits. One of these benefits is 
the new things that hospitals are doing 
for the nurses such as loan markets. 
Nurses can now apply for loans and the 
hospital will pay for your education 
your senior year if you agree to work for 
them for two to three years after you 
graduate. 

Q — What other jobs are now 
available? 

A — There are now very new fields that 
a nurse may go into such as Home 
Health, Community Health, Psychiat- 
ric Nursing, Nursing Practitioner, and 
many others in the education field. The 



Armed Forces offer many opportunities 
for scholarships through R.O.T.C.(to 
help nursing students through school). 
Opportunities after school are even bet- 
ter such as travel experience, educa- 
tional advancement, rank in service ad- 
vancement, pay advancements, and the 
benefits for retirement, insurance and 
allowances are extremely tempting. 

Q — Do you like what is happening in 
nursing that points to the future? 



A — A good thing that is happening in 
nursing at this time is the growing re- 
spect that is being given to the nurses 
by doctors and others. Another thing is 
that nursing is now recognized as a pro- 
fession and regarded as such." 



Chris Calhoun 



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NURSING Nw 117 



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Giving students a voice 



In January 1986, Dean Ryan 
Amacher decided he wanted to increase 
the communication between the Dean's 
office and the students and thus the 
Dean's Student Advisory Council was 
born. It's the first council of its kind 
here at Clemson University. 

The Council's primary purpose was 
to serve as a liaison between the Dean 
and the students of the College of Com- 
merce and Industry. To this end, the 
members of the council included repre- 
sentatives from all organizations, hon- 
orary and professional, associated with 
the college. Chairman Chad Dalton said 
that each organization decided who to 
put on the council and once elected, a 
member may serve until graduation. 

Any student with a problem, gripe, or 
suggestion needed only to contact any 
member of the council. In the future, a 
suggestion box would be placed near 
Sirrine library so that students would 
have even more opportunity to speak 
their mind. Suggestions that were in- 
vestigated included a lounge for stu- 
dents and a monthly newsletter to be 
sent to every student of the College of 
Commerce and Industry. 

In 1987, the Council gave out the first 
"College of Commerce and Industry 
Teacher of the Year" award. The award 
was presented at Honors and Awards 
Day in April. It was designed to recog- 
nize outstanding teaching in the class- 
room as well as a willingness to help 
students outside the classroom. The 
first recipient of the award was Mary 
Ann Prater from the School of Accoun- 
tancy. She received a plaque inscribed 
with her name and a cash award. The 
council planned to make this an annual 
award with the teacher being decided 
by a majority vote of the students in the 
college. '^^ 

Lisa Stark 



Student members take notes on the meet- 
ing. 



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ACADEMICS 





COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY X. 119 



Textiles: Make it, take it 




One of the smallest departments on 
campus, the Textile Department had 
fewer than 120 students in total gradu- 
ate and undergraduate enrollment. 
This small group of students and de- 
partment faculty stayed busy experi- 
encing and learning about technology 
in textiles. Fourteen upperclassmen 
and faculty members visited France to 
exhibit current and up-coming trends 
in the field. Another trip centered on 
textiles in the fashion industry. Twen- 
ty-two students visited five companies 
in New York, the center of fashion 
forecasting. 

Turning fibers into usable textile ma- 
terials was the purpose of the forty- 
three labs located in Sirrine Hall. In 
these labs, students had access to even 
ultra-sophisticated, current equipment. 



The Textile department makes several 
Clemson souvenirs. 

In lab students work at the looms in order 
to get first hand experience. 



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ACADEMICS 





The Textile department was in the 
unique position of offering a gift to its 
graduates that was designed by the de- 
partment and was a product of the in- 
dustry. Graduates and people contrib- 
uting to the department received a 
Clemson towel. The white, orange and 
purple towel bearing the school name 
and several small tiger paws was a 
prized possession because they were so 
difficult to get. 

Other projects from the textile de- 
partment included calendars printed 
and distributed each year. These were 
decorated with the school emblem and 
also the "textile" logo. This was part of 
a promotion for the department in the 
University as well as the industry itself. 

At the "Textile Bowl" where Clem- 
son played against N.C. State, the Tex- 
tile department designed and had 
printed T-shirts to which they distrib- 
uted to football fans on both sides. Also, 
a "spirit rag" was handed out at the 
game. It too had the textile logo. All 
these textile projects made the Textile 
department more visible to students. 
According to Professor Frank Hunter 
"The textile industry has received a lot 
of bad press lately because of plant clos- 
ings, but that is turning around." All 
the items made and distributed are a 
positive reflection on the industry. Dr. 
Edward Vaughn said, "This depart- 
ment of the University provides the 
professional talent that will run the 
textile industry." ^^ 

Mandy Moak 



The Clemson towel is just one of the prod- 
ucts produced. 

Before they even reach the looms, students 
experiment in a laboratory. 



Marlene Laguitan 



TEXTILES 



121 



Undergraduate labs 
A fact of life 



Labs have always been and always 
will be a part of life at college. Almost 
every student, whether they are in the 
college of liberal arts, sciences, or engi- 
neering, had to take a lab at some point 
during their college career. About 
10,000 students were enrolled in at least 
one of the approximately 800 labs of- 
fered. 

Most students began their lab experi- 
ence as freshman when they were re- 
quired to take one year of science with a 
lab. They could choose between such 
courses as chemistry, astronomy, phys- 
ics, or biology. Other freshman labs in- 
cluded language labs and computer 
labs. Most freshman claimed that the 
labs at college were alot different than 
their labs at high school. Freshman lab 
students Susie Cooper and Stacy Todd 



With the age of computers, computer labs, 
like the one shown, are becoming more 
common. Dr. Bevlee Watford instructs this 
industrial engineering student in the fun- 




damentals of computer programming. 

In a Biochemistry 431 lab, Jennifer Frick 
prepares a enzymatic dilution. 

Two biochemistry students graph the en- 
zyme kinetics data that they obtained from 
lab. 




All photos by Bruce Jordan 



122 X. ACADEMICS 




said "Labs at college were a lot more 
involved but also a lot more interesting 
than they were in high school." 

According to schedule coordinator 
David Fleming, due to the increased 
size of the incoming freshman class, 
this was the first time that all the lab- 
oratory seats in basic science were 
filled. 

As a student continued his/her edu- 
cation the labs became more difficult 
and more time consuming. Most science 
majors found that they averaged three 
labs each semester until they graduat- 
ed. Nursing students had clinicals 
which required them to spend time 
working at local hospitals. They were 
required to complete three clinical as- 
signments a semester during their jun- 
ior and senior years. 

Architecture and engineering stu- 
dents also found themselves spending a 
lot of time in the laboratory. Architec- 
ture labs consisted of students working 
on design projects, such as texture, 
light, and acoustics. Engineering labs 
included unit operations labs where not 
only safety glasses but hard hats were 
required, circuit labs and various design 
labs. 

One of the most common complaints 
about labs was that much more time 
was put into the lab than the awarded 
amount of credit reflected. Students re- 
ceived between one and three hours of 
credit for their efforts with some basic 
science labs receiving no credit as they 
were considered part of an accompany- 
ing lecture. 

New to Clemson was the ten dollar 
fee for all classes designated as labs. 
Members of such organizations as Tiger 
Band and Chorus were also required to 
pay lab fees. Money collected from 
these fees would be used to purchase 
new equipment and supplies which 
would improve the quality of the labs 
for students. ^^ 

Janet Morgan 



Biochemistry professor, Dr. J.M. Shively 
helps a couple of students discover the 
reason for their unusual absorbance re- 
sults. 



UNDERGRADUATE LABS 



123 



The Universe Beyond 



The door to the room did not look 
any different. It was just a regular class- 
room-type door with a black plate la- 
beling it. Kinard room 112 was different 
though. It held a special magic, for it 
was from there you could see the uni- 
verse. Clemson's planetarium brought 
the unknown "out there" close to the 
students. Almost close enough to touch. 

Built in 1961, the planetarium's dome 
was twenty-fout feet in diameter with a 
height of nineteen feet at the center. 
Probably, the most important feature 
of the room was not the magnificently 
white dome, but rather the projector 
that sat at eye level in the room's cen- 
ter. The projector consisted of a large 
ball, at one end, with holes and lenses 
to allow light from an arc lamp to pro- 
duce the array of stars that dotted the 
ceiling. 

The room could hold forty-five 
adults. The size limited the planetar- 
ium's regular use by astronomy classes 
since the classes usually had around 
sixty students. The astronomy classes 
and labs did meet at least once a semes- 
ter in the planetarium, but astronomy 
professors have to juggle the large class- 



es to allow students more lecture time 
in the room. 

"There is little noticable change in 
the shapes of the constellations in the 
past one thousand years," said Profes- 
sor Thomas Collins as the lights 
dimmed, giving the eyes time to adjust. 
There are two major changes in the 
night sky from time to time. The posi- 
tion of the planets and the position of 
the moon depend on the time of day, 
and the time of year. 

Professor Collins said there was some 
slight distortion in viewing the stars in 
the planetarium due to the curved na- 
ture and small size of the dome. Three 
to four thousand stars are visible in the 
night sky and about half of those could 
be projected for viewing. The stars 
formed a sky with familiar constella- 
tions such as the Big and Little Dippers 
along with less familiar ones such as 
Pegusus, Andromeda, the dolphin, and 
the swan constellations. The Milky 
Way could also be seen with its couple 
hundred billion stars. The Milky Way's 
neighboring galaxy, composed of per- 
haps five hundred billion stars, ap- 
peared as a small fuzzy blot on the oth- 



erwise black, velvety sky. 

Professor Collins projected the eclip- 
tic line, a line with the months of the 
year marked off, along the top of the 
dome. Any date during the year, the 
night sky could be observed by finding 
the month on the line and rotating the 
projector to that point on the line. 
Plates with red lights marked North, 
South, East and West along the walls of 
the planetarium. Every twelve hours, 
due to the earth's rotation, the stars 
appear to move one-hundred and 
eighty degrees from their starting 
positions. 

The planetarium was not exclusively 
for the use of astronomy students. Pre- 
sentations were made for any "reason- 
ably size groups" which were most of- 
ten elementary or high school students 
or occassionally senior citizen groups. 
Commentary for the presentation was 
geared toward the age level of the 



Although cushioned benches made the vis- 
itors more comfortable, size of the plane- 
tarium limited the number of visitors to 
forty-five adults per show. 




Michael J. Morga 



i; 124 X. ACADEMICS 




group. A slide program was presented 
before each demonstration. The slide 
show was often about the solar system. 
Demonstrations were not regularly 
scheduled for the public, which often 
accounted for lack of knowledge about 
the planetarium. Professor Collins and 
Dr. Phil Flower did hold regular open 
house when Halley's Comet passed 
through our part of the solar system. 
The main push against open houses was 
time according to Professor Collins. In 
earlier long range plans, the Depart- 
ment of Physics and Astronomy re- 
quested a new planetarium that would 
be thirty feet in diameter, but with the 
school budget, the new building was not 
forthcoming.^ 



Tammy A. Woolbright 



The projector, with an are lamp inside, 
made it possible to view many of the stars 
of the night sky. 




Tina Chapman 

Professor Thomas Collins took pride in the 
university planetarium and enjoyed show- 
ing it to anyone interested. 

This panel of "buttons and knobs" con- 
trolled the array of stars that were 
projected. 



Michael J. Morga 



PLANETARIUM 



125 



The Learning of Art 



Approved in the spring of 1987 by the 
Commission on Higher Education, a 
new degree was added to the College of 
Architecture. The charter students en- 
rolled under the specialized Bachelor of 
Fine Arts Program which emphasized 
visual arts. The program began during 
the first summer session of 1987. 

The curriculum for the new degree 
called for students to take fifty percent 
of their classes in studio arts or related 
areas, and the remaining half of their 
studies to be a well-balanced combina- 
tion of general, non-art classes. With 
the studio arts portion of the curricu- 
lum, students learned about eight areas 
of visual arts including painting, draw- 
ing, graphic design, ceramics, print- 
making, photography, and sculpture. 
Courses were not limited to "strict" art. 
The varied curriculum would "permit 
the student to develop his of her indi- 
vidual talents," said Dr. John T. Acorn, 
professor in the college of Architecture. 

Clay sculpture requires great concentra- 
tion, precision, and a steady hand. 





All photos by George Michael Nelon 



126 X. ACADEMICS 




Careers for graduates depend on the 
students. Being exposed to different 
types of visual arts gave the student a 
better chance to find an area of special- 
ization. Jobs could range from working 
for the South Carolina Art Commission 
to employment in a museum or even to 
being an independent artist. 

Although new majors often attracted 
large numbers of students eager to test 
out new programs, attempts were taken 
to keep this major small. Dr. Acorn 
commented, "this degree is for people 
who are very much committed to the 
arts." '^^ 

Dawn Houston 



The hands-on experience gained in the vi- 
sual art classes is not necessarily neat. 

In the new major, art moves from the text- 
books into the hands of students. 

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Forming Art Forms 



Many people in Clemson had no idea 
that we even had an art gallery. Not 
many people knew about the gallery be- 
cause it was placed in Lee Hall, the Ar- 
chitecture building. Lee Hall, located 
away from the central part of campus, 
was visited mostly by Art, Architecture 
and Building Science students and fac- 
ulty who had classes or offices in the 
building. This limited the public expo- 
sure of the gallery. Although the gallery 
could have had more exposure if it was 
located closer to the main part of cam- 
pus, it was easier for the Architecture 
Department to keep up with the exhib- 
its with the gallery in Lee Hall. Anoth- 
er reason for the gallery being unknown 
was a lack of advertising. Very few peo- 
ple were told about the gallery and its 
exhibits. 

The gallery attracted many very 
prominent artists. The artists that put 
their art work in the gallery covered a 
wide variety of art mediums such as 
photography, sculpture, and painting to 
name just a few. Visiting artists were 
not the only ones that showed their 
work in the gallery. Many of the profes- 
sors in Lee Hall also placed exhibits in 
the gallery. Among these professors 
were Tom Diamond, Sidney Cross, and 
Mark Hudson. 

The gallery also gave students a 
chance to show their work. Both gradu- 
ate students and undergraduates got a 
chance to use the gallery. The gallery 
also held an art sale at Christmas in 
which artwork created by Clemson stu- 
dents was sold to the public. 



Chris Calhoun 




128 



ACADEMICS 



A Different Kind 
of Classroom 



Shifting roles from being the student 
to being the teacher was an adjustment 
for students as they entered the student 
teaching phase of work toward certifi- 
cation as a teacher. Sixty full, consecu- 
tive days of supervised teaching were 
required of students seeking a degree in 
education or certification in teaching. 

Twelve full weeks were scheduled for 
student teaching to meet requirements 
of state law. For three weeks before be- 
ginning student teaching, students took 
a course in diagnostic reading. Students 
must have completed 95 hours includ- 
ing prerequisite classes. A minimum 
grade point ratio was also required to 
begin the program. 

In the fall 57 students completed 
their student teaching and 125 students 
taught in the spring of 1987. Most stu- 
dent teachers were placed in Anderson, 
Pickens, and Oconee county schools. A 
few students did their teaching in 




Tracy Hutcheson 



While visiting a classroom, Ashley Wasson 
is given the opportunity to grade papers. 



Once a week Ashley Wasson participates 
in Mrs. Bridges math class at Liberty Mid- 
dle School. 



An education 100 student experiences 
close contact and interaction with the 
students. 







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Michael J. Morga 



130 X. ACADEMICS 





Ashley Wasson 

Greenville county. Student teachers 
switched roles and began preparing les- 
sons to teach students, managing stu- 
dents in the classroom, and evaluating 
students. According to Dr. Carolyn 
Briscoe, who supervises student teach- 
ers, "student teaching provides prac- 
tice, practical experience, direct contact 
with students, responsibility of manag- 
ing a classroom of students, and actual 
teaching experience." 

State law mandated much of what 
students did during their student teach- 
ing experience. Students must have tak- 
en two professional knowledge tests be- 
fore beginning student teaching. The 
Educational Improvement Act estab- 
lished the Assessment of Performance 
Teaching (APT) as a uniform means of 
evaluation for the test. 

Students teaching was a step toward 
becoming a regular classroom teacher. 
Performance in student teaching was as 
important as transcripts and grades in 
the classroom to schools hiring teach- 
ers. Student teaching became an impor- 
tant transitional period from being a 
student to being a teacher. ^^ 

Mandy Moak 



The responsibilities of the education 100 
student includes such thing as grading pa- 
pers and conducting small group sessions. 



Michael J. Morga 



STUDENT TEACHERS 



131 



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Hold the Presses 



"Free at Last" was a term used when 
the NCAA probation ended for Clem- 
son and the term was used again among 
the graphic communications students 
and faculty when they began to occupy 
new space in Godfrey Hall at the front 
door of the Clemson Campus. For years 
the graphic communications program 
had grown within very tight confines in 
Freeman Hall until the seams burst. In 
August, after several years of planning, 
delays, and redesigns, the Godfrey Hall 
facility was occupied for the first time 
by the graphic communications 
laboratories. 

The entire main floor was divided 
into three areas to teach the fundamen- 
tals all the way to the latest technol- 
ogies in the preparation and mass pro- 
duction of print media. 

It was indeed high-tech in a tradi- 
tional environment and was a fun place 
to teach and learn. The building, a 
landmark on the Clemson campus, orig- 
inally constructed in 1898 and renovat- 
ed numerous times in its history, was 



A graphic communications student cleans 
the press after printing her offset lithog- 
raphy project. 

Russell Gandy completes the striping 
phase of his duotone projext. 





partially restored to the extent that 
original hand brick has been exposed 
through the graphics laboratories along 
with the original floor. The large 
floor to ceiling windows loomed around 
the north end of the building, which 
was where the presses were located. It 
provided a very open base, which made 
it easy to work and learn. This facility 
which was sometimes referred to as a 
"graphic learning factory," was an edu- 
cation/industry partnership effort with 
many hundreds of thousands of dollars 
worth of equipment provided by the in- 
dustry as an investment in future pro- 
fessionals to help lead its way. Nowhere 
else in the United States, if not the 
world, housed one press room with op- 
erating equipment in all of the major 
printing methods — gravure, screen 
printing, offset lithography, and flexog- 
raphy. There were both sheet and web 



(roll-fed) presses and single and multi- 
color equipment. The students in this 
program were learning to go into what 
were called the "people people profes- 
sions" in the printing industry, but the 
method used by Clemson was unique in 
that every student designed and manu- 
factured products from beginning to 
end with his or her own hands. This 
method of preparing people not only 
developed their ability to think and 
solve problems amd communicate with 
others, but possibly most important 
was the development of a real empathy 
and appreciation for the complexities 
within each of these processes. The 
Clemson student worked among techni- 
cal specialists who were very good at 
what they did and made the most com- 
plex sometimes appear quite simple. It 
was the "appreciation" of this element 
that made the difference for many 



Clemson graduates. 

In addition to printing equipment, all 
of the preparatory equipment and facil- 
ities were available too. Godfrey Hall 
had two color separation electronic 
scanners which were very sophisticated 
devices that analyze, use a number of 
computers to process the information 
from color originals, and output via la- 
sers to photographic film the images 
ready for color proofing and printing. 
In addition to the photographic pro- 
cessing equipment available in the past, 
there were three additional process 
cameras, including one which was inter- 
faced to a computer for analysis of the 
originals and automatic input to the 
camera controls. 

The list of equipment could go on and 
on, but its purpose was met as it served 
nearly 200 graphic communications 
majors as well as the substantial Mas- 
ter's degree program in Industrial 
Education. 

Industry used this learning factory, 
too, with a full time person devoted to 
running courses for industry both on 
and off campus. Since learning of the 
facilities, there have been numerous re- 
quests from industry for Clemson to 
conduct experimental work, primarily 
in the area of product testing. This 
proved to be another promising source 
of support in the future for both under- 
graduate and graduate students. All of 
these activities have been good for the 
Clemson graphic communications grad- 
uate as well as students in the course of 
their preparation since the internships 
and demand for graduates have grown 
along with the facilities. 



Dr. J. Page Crouch 



A graphics student adjusts the registra- 
tion on his project. 



GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS 



133 



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U-S.S. Cairo 
Back in the Spotlight 



U.S.S. CAIRO 



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The U.S.S. Cairo was constructed in 
1861 at Maurd City, Illinois. From Jan- 
uary 1862 to December 1962, the vessel 
served the Union forces in the Civil 
War. A Confederate torpedo (mine) in 
the Yazoo River sunk the gunboat. The 
boat remained on the bottom of the riv- 
er near Vicksburg, Mississippi until it 
was discovered in 1956. 

By 1960, the first items were raised, 
including a gunport, the pilot house and 
navel cannon. The vessel itself was not 
raised until 1964. As objects were 
brought up, necessary preservation for 
wood was done. The gunboat itself, 
however, was not preserved. The bulk 
of the remains of the boat were left in a 
shipyard in 17 large wooden sections. 



Two rifled Army 

42-pounders 

and one 8-inch Navy 

smoothbore 

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Hammock berthing (port and starboard) 




Load waterline 



Commissary stores 



Fireroom 



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Until 1977 the wooden fabric of the 
gunboat was left untreated. In 1977 the 
vessel was moved to the National Mili- 
tary Park in Vicksburg. 

Due to being submerged, the boat's 
material was very waterlogged. The 
wood began to deteriorate rapidly when 
the wood was exposed to air. The poten- 
tial loss of up to 70 percent of the vol- 
ume of wood prompted a joint project 
by the National Parks Service and the 
Department of the Interior to study and 
make recommendations for preserva- 
tion of the U.S.S. Cairo. An inspection 
revealed that most wooden surfaces had 
deteriorated significantly. 

Two groups from the University were 
called on to assist in the project. Saving 
the remains of the boat required the 
expertise of the architecture and forest- 
ry departments. Dr. Witherspoon of the 
College of Architecture and Dr. David 
Hon, a professor in the College of For- 
est and Recreation Resources headed 
teams from the University who worked 
on the boat. Studying the design of the 
boat and the structure of the wood fab- 
ric were part of the preservation 
process. 

Critical and permanent damage was 
done to the gunboat, however many in- 



Potential loss of seventy percent of the 
wooden remains from the U.S.S. Carlo 
prompted interest in 1977 for the ship's 
restoration . 



Michael J. Morga 



134 X. ACADEMICS 



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A profile plan of the U.S.S. Cario shows 
how it looked before it was sunk during 
the Civil War. The plan was provided by 
the National Park Service. 



One 32-pounder 

Navy Smoothbore and 

one iOpounder Parrott 



Stores (port and starboard) 
Michael J. Morga 







valuable artifacts were recovered from 
the vessel. These included a photo- 
graph of an unidentified women and 
child, probably the wife and daughter 
of a crew member. Other objects recov- 
ered were, a thirty pounder Parrot rifle, 
comb, watch, pocket knife, and several 
utensils marked with the owners' ini- 
tials. The deterioration continued to 
proceed due to weathering and environ- 
mental factors. Efforts were made to 
preserve the "ironclad's" condition. 
Lost in battle after one year of service, 
the U.S.S. Cario was saved to serve for 
many years as a teacher of history 



Mandy Moak 



Dr. Hon demonstrates how fragile the wa- 
terlogged wood became once it was ex- 
posed to the air. 



GUNBOAT X. 135 



Constructive destruction 



Fire was one of man's earliest bless- 
ings and worst enemies. When fire and 
forest occured in the same sentence, it 
usually meant disaster and mass de- 
struction for acres of forests and thou- 
sands of animals. As Dr. David Van 
Lear of Clemson's College of Foresty 
pointed out, controlled forest fires not 
only were used by early Indians and 
settlers, but also served many purposes 
for man and offered more benefits for 
nature. 

Prescribed burning was the term giv- 
en for controlled forest fires. It served 
the Southern landowner in an economi- 
cal sense by clearing underbrush and 
undergrowth of a forest cheaper than 
by mechanical means or herbicides. 
This clearing was desired to help keep 
down the growth of hardwood trees 
since pine was a more economical crop. 
The burnings were done in a range of 
every four years to ten years. Keeping 
down the hardwoods but not eliminat- 
ing them from the burned area was ac- 
complished by a type of prescribed 
burning called low intensity burning. In 
a low intensity fire, the flames averaged 



less than four feet high. Prescribed 
burning also served man by improving 
an area used for grazing. After the fire, 
new plant shoots grew which served as 
a valuable nutrient food for cattle and 
other domestic animals. 

The natural benefits of prescribed 
burning were also great. Since low in- 
tensity burnings usually are done at a 
slow rate, most wildlife had time to es- 
cape the approaching flames. The wild- 
life benefited in much the same way as 
domesticated animals. New hardwood 
sprouts provided a more nutritious food 
source for some species. Burning was 
not carried out during the nesting sea- 
sons to help reduce wildlife mortality. 
Another benefit to wildlife was that the 
burned areas became sites for seedlings 
and natural seeding especially for 
mixed pine and hardwood forests. 

The environmental effects of pre- 
scribed burning were not as detrimental 
as the effects of chemical or mechanical 
methods. Dr. Van Lear said there was 
"no increase of sediment or nutrients in 
the water quality." Two to three mil- 
lion acreas of Southern forests are pre- 



scribed burned each year. This burning 
led to less destruction in the event of 
wildfires since it eliminated the fuel 
buildup on the forest floors. Prescribed 
burning did not lead to soil erosion 
since the root systems of plants were 
left intact and a floor of ash helped hold 
top-soil. The ash also provided a type of 
natural fertilizer for the new growth 
occuring. 

"Air pollution from large scale pre- 
scribed burning," according to Dr. Van 
Lear, was the biggest problem with the 
procedure. This problem can be over- 
come if foresters work more closely 
with the Weather Service and burn 
only under proper atmospheric condi- 
tions to facilitate the dispersal of the 
smoke. 

Forestry students, in an outdoor lab, 
learned how to properly ignite and con- 
trol the prescribed burning on a low 



Although parts of a forest were destroyed 
by the fire, it helped provide a more stable 
environment for new growth. 




Forestry Department 



136 



ACADEMICS 




intensity scale for undergrowth control. 
High intensity fires were used to clear 
an area after harvesting of the trees. 
Students were taken to the Sumter Na- 
tional Forest to view the effects of high 
intensity burning. 

Dr. Van Lear commented that pre- 
scribed burning was "essentially the 
same thing" that the American Indians 
did to help clear hardwood growth and 
making living off the land easier. The 
cleared forests helped draw game in 
close to the villages. White settlers of 
the 1700's described magnificent forests 
clear of undergrowth. This was proba- 
bly due to prescribed burning by Indi- 
ans. The settlers continued the practice 
that made surrounding forests more 
pleasant and safe for hunting and work- 
ing. The vegetation of these forests 
adapted to the frequent burnings. The 
pine trees developed thick bark and 
high crowns, both resistant to low in- 
tensity fires. The Indians burned main- 
ly in the winter months and after rains 
to help control the fires. 

With the exception of machinery, 
prescribed burning has changed little 
over the past few decades. Dr. Van 
Lear, in "Prescribed Fire — Its History, 
Uses, and Effects in Southern Forest 
Ecosystems," wrote, "Abuse of the 
practice is the best way to lose it, and 
forestry can little afford the loss of such 
a valuable tool."'" 



Tammy A. Woolbright 



Dr. David Van Lear, as a member of the 
Forestry Department, played an integral 
part in forest management around the 
area. 

Smokey Bear's theme, "Only you can make 
a difference," was observed since pre- 
scribed burning helped cut down on the 
number and severity of forest fires. 



Forestry Department 



FOREST AND RECREATION 



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CURBi moves forward 



Yuan Zheng, associate professor of 
electrical and computer engineering, 
helped Clemson University get a head 
start in the field of robotics with the 
development of CURBi. CURBi stood 
for Clemson University Robot Biped. 
CURBi was special because it was the 
first robot to walk on two legs. 

The purpose for developing CURBi 
was two-fold. First, to develop a robot 
that could travel in confined areas with 
uneven terrain. Robots that have 
wheels or multiple legs needed large ar- 
eas with even floors to operate. Howev- 
er, many places, like a nuclear power 
station, did not fit these conditions. 



Professor Yuan Zheng works with CUR- 
Bi's legs. 

The Clemson University Biped Robot. 





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This is why it was important to develop 
a bipedal robot that could travel any- 
where. Savannah River Laboratory was 
helping to fund the project because 
futher development of CURBi could 
produce a robot well suited to work in 
high risk areas of a nuclear power plant. 

The second reason CURBi was devel- 
oped was to aid in the study of human 
locomotion. This could help in the de- 
velopment of walking devices to replace 
wheelchairs. Another benefit would be 
the development of mechanical braces 
to help people regain mobility lost to 
injury or illness. 

CURBi was the first step in the de- 
velopment of bipedal robotics. Zheng's 
work with bipedal robotics earned him 
the Presidential Young Investigator 
Award for 1987 which was given by the 
National Science Foundation. Graduate 
students also worked on the project 
which gave them good hands-on prac- 
tice and experience. CURBi's develop- 
ment has caught the attention of many 
people. It was reported on by many 
publications including USA Today, 
Popular Mechanics and Robotics 
World. 

With flat surfaces already conquered 
by CURBi Zheng hoped that as early as 
the summer of 1988 that CURBi would 
be moving up slopes and climbing 
stairs. CURBi's continued develop- 
ment will mean a bright future for 
Yuan Zheng and Clemson's electrical 
and computer engineering department. 

Miles H. Nason 



The CURBi legs could someday aid in 
knee surgery. 

Yuan Zheng is one of the leading 
researchers in the area of computerized 
mechanical braces. 



MECHANICAL LEGS 



139 



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The only clean room on campus 



In the basement of Riggs Hall, a class 
100 clean room was constructed. Class 
100 meant that every cubic foot of space 
in the room contained less than one 
hundred particles greater in size than 
0.5 microns. An average office room was 
considered class 100,000 with many 
large particles floating around in the 
air. An air handling unit was used to 
filter outside air as it entered the room. 
The air inside the room was recycled 
and only a small amount of air from the 
outside was admitted at a time. The 
temperature in the room was not al- 
lowed to vary more than two degrees 
and the humidity was kept constant at 
forty percent. The room used the same 
type of filter system as a hospital oper- 
ating room but it was necessary to keep 
the room cleaner than an operating 
room because of the sensitivity of fabri- 
cating integrated circuits for which the 
room was used. The room was also used 
to fabricate special test structures for 
the Center for Semiconductor Device 
Reliability Research. 

The room's use mainly consisted of 
the fabrication of semi-custom integrat- 
ed circuits because that type of circuit 
could be fabricated much quicker than 
normal integrated circuits. This was 
important because undergraduate stu- 
dents needed to learn how to make the 
circuits they had designed. Normal in- 
tegrated circuits took seven months to 
make, while the semi-custom integrated 
could be fabricated in the limited time 
of a semester. 

Work began on the clean room in 
May 1987 and was finished in Febuary 
1988. The construction of this room re- 
quired special construction techniques 
and materials. The clean room was 
needed because the features of an inte- 
grated circuit were so small that dust 
could make the connection of transis- 
tors, with a metal line only five microns 
in size, impossible. 



Construction of the room to produce semi- 
custom integrated circuits is almost 
completed. 

The clean room is located on campus in the 
basement of Riggs Hall. 




Johnny L. Wood 



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Johnny L. Wood 




Michael J. Morga 

In order to enter the room, a person 
had to wear special clothes and over- 
shoes to keep dust from entering the 
room. Two undergraduate electrical 
computer engineering classes planned 
to use the room for the fabrication of 
circuits. Graduate students also intend- 
ed to use the room for research. Me- 
chanical engineering and bioengineer- 
ing were also interested in use of the 
room."^^ 

Miles Nason 



The plans for the clean room were complex 
and very technical. 

Would this room pass the military white 
glove test? 



Johnny L. Wood 



ENGINEERING 



141 



Space for Rent 



When the Chemistry department 
moved to the Hunter Chemistry Build- 
ing a great deal of space was left vacant 
in Brackett Hall. There was consider- 
able indecision about which depart- 
ment would get the space. One idea that 
was pondered was to fully renovate the 
building and move social sciences and 
earth sciences into the space. In the 
end, the psychology department was 
the big winner when they made the 
move from Hardin to Brackett Hall. 

One reason the psychology depart- 
ment got the space was that, because of 



The names of the psychology professors 
replace those of the chemistry professors 
in the first floor name cabinet of Brackett. 




The doors once darkened by the science 
majors now see a variety of majors. 

The new residents have settled well into 
their "new" work area. 



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the growth of the department, they 
were desperate for space. In 1982, the 
department had 129 majors and, by 
1987, the number had grown to 300. 
The classrooms that the psychology de- 
partment occupied in the basement of 
Hardin Hall were small and poorly 
lighted. The faculty had no room to 
conduct research and all psychology 
labs were forced to use the same room. 
The fact that space was so limited had 
slowed the fast growth of the 
department. 

The department was extremely 
pleased with its new location in Brack- 
ett Hall. Even though the building was 
designed to house the Chemistry De- 
partment, the psychology department 
found that it suited their needs very 
well. They occupied three floors of the 
west wing, had labs on the second floor 
of the north wing and offices in the 
south wing. The Psychology Depart- 
ment had 17 faculty members, so much 



space was needed for offices. In Hardin 
Hall the offices were so small the pro- 
fessors almost literally had to back out 
of them. The new offices in Brackett 
Hall were much larger and more com- 
fortable. The department felt that the 
new space in Brackett Hall should sat- 
isfy their need for space for the next 
five to ten years depending on the 
growth of the department. The faculty 
gained enough space to set up long term 
research projects. The biggest benefit of 
the expanded space was to the labs. 

Some of the old chemistry lab rooms 
were vacant and were not available for 
use until the building could be com- 
pletely renovated. Renovation of the 
building was expected to be complicat- 
ed by the presence of asbestos which 
would have to be removed. Because of 
this, only limited changes could be 
made to the building when the Psychol- 
ogy Department moved in. The build- 
ing held great potential for the future. 



When renovated, there was expected to 
be 64,000 square feet of usable space in 
the building. 

The Psychology Department moved 
into Brackett Hall between the spring 
and fall semesters of 1987. Because they 
were able to move between semesters 
the move was not very disruptive to 
students or the faculty. Dr. Eugene Gal- 
luscio, head of the Psychology Depart- 
ment, said they were "absolutely de- 
lighted with the support received from 
the physical plant" during the moving 
process. The Psychology Department 
was pleased to be able to call Brackett 
Hall home.^^V 

Miles H. Nason 



The old lab benches serve as desk and mug 
holders. 




All photos by Jill Russell 



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Heavenly retreat 



Even in 1987, there were those who 
did not know about the Agricultural 
Sales Center. The Center was located 
inconspicuously on the first floor of 
Newman Hall. There was no advertis- 
ing done for the Center, the only pub- 
licity came from word of mouth. The 
Center specialized in the sale of ice 
cream, blue cheese, milk, butter, and 
eggs. 

The center was an outlet for the sur- 
plus products of the College of Agricul- 
ture. The profits from the center were 
sent to the state. Products began at the 
dairy barn of the College of Agriculture. 
Milk was pasteurized at the Sales Cen- 
ter's dairy plant. The eggs that were 
produced came from the University's 
poultry farm. 

The Center was open from 9 a.m. to 
5:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday and on 
Saturdays. Sunday was also a big day 
for sales. During the week, ice cream 
cones and milkshakes were the most 



The Agricultural Sales Center provides a 
place for students to gather and enjoy deli- 
cious treats. 




All photos by Russell Speicher 





In addition to ice cream cones, the sales 
center offers sundaes, blue cheese, and 
milkshakes. 



Charles Lahay and a friend 
cream cones on a hot day. 



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ACADEMICS 





The sales center constantly has a steady 
stream of business, especially on Sunday 
afternoon. 

Dr. Nancy Walker knows that an ice cream 
sundae perfectly fills a break between 
classes. 



popular with students. At 55 cents for a 
single scoop and 80 cents for a double 
scoop, students could afford to treat 
themselves often. The regular ice cream 
flavors were chocolate, vanilla, and 
strawberry. Also usually available were 
orange-pineapple, peach, butter pecan, 
lemon custard, and chocolate mint 
chip. All of these flavors were available 
in the form of milkshakes as well. A 
senior at Clemson commented, "Their 
(the Center's) chocolate milkshakes are 
the very best!"'^^ 

Mandy Moak 



AGRICULTURAL SALES 



145 



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Animal research 
with a twist 



It sounded like a science fiction mov- 
ie set or some farm of the future. The 
star of this feature was not a figment of 
someone's imagination though or from 
the distant future. Clemson's "cow with 
a window" drew a lot of attention from 
interested students, researchers, and 
most of all, farmers anxious to increase 
the efficiency of digestion by their cat- 
tle and other ruminants. Dr. Thomas C. 
Jenkins was one of Clemson's research- 
ers of ruminant digestion. 

Dr. Jenkins' research involved one of 
several cows and three sheep with the 
special "windows." The openings took 
only one hour to implant into the ani- 
mal's side and opened into the rumen or 
small intestine. One sheep had two 
openings, one to each area. The rumen 
is a specialized area, one of four com- 
partments of all ruminant stomachs. In 
the rumen could be found many types 



The digestion process of many cows is be- 
ing observed in controlled environments. 




Michael J. Morga 




Michael J. Morga 



146 >v ACADEMICS 



Clemson professor, Dr. Jenkins, is actively 
doing research on the ruminant digestion 
of cows. 



of bacteria aiding in the breakdown of 
plant cellulose. The openings to the di- 
gestive tract areas did not adversely af- 
fect the animal in any way. The animal 
did not experience a shorter life span 
than would have been otherwise ex- 
pected. According to Dr. Jenkins, "the 
animals did not mind the sample being 
taken" from the rumen or small intes- 
tine. The windows were only large 
enough to insert an arm for collecting 
samples and were closed with a cap to 
the outside. 

Dr. Jenkins' research centered on the 
bacteria that could be found in the ru- 
men. He collected samples of partially 



digested food and bacteria from the ru- 
men which he used in experiments con- 
cerning phospholipids. He was interest- 
ed in improving the fermentation 
process by increasing the number of 
phospholipids in the stomach. Phos- 
pholipids are composed of fatty acids, a 
glycerol molecule, and a phosphate 
group. It was hoped that a feeding pro- 
gram could be developed that would 
help the animal get more energy out of 
the hay it digested. Dr. Jenkins was also 
interested in how the lipid digestion by 
the bacteria affected the growth and 
function of the ruminant. 

Before he came to Clemson, Dr. Jen- 




Michael J. Morga 



kins worked at Ohio State. There he 
helped find a new method that allowed 
ruminants to be fed high fat diets with- 
out upsetting their digestive systems. 
The process was patented. The diet 
kept the high fat concentration from 
killing the rumen bacteria that were 
usually not tolerant of high fat concen- 
trations. The extra fat produced more 
energy for the ruminant to utilize from 
a smaller amount of food. The diet 
stressed higher levels of fat-containing 
foods such as whole cotton seeds and 
soybeans. 

Dr. Jenkins was one of the professors 
at Clemson doing regular research with 
ruminant digestion. His research with 
the "windowed animals" held much 
promise for improving the cost/benefit 
ratios for the smaller farmer and large- 
scale cattle industries, and eventually 
the consumer. It was hoped Clemson 
could learn much from its collection of 
"specially equipped" research animals. 

Tammy A. Woolbright 



Agriculture is a science which is fully de- 
veloped on the acreage of Clemson 
University. 

Special devices, such as windows in the 
sides of cows, help aid in digestion 
research. 



Jill Russell 




147 



History lives on Fort Hill 



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Nestled in the center of campus 
where students learn about and experi- 
ence future-oriented technological ad- 
vances, is Fort Hill, rich in historical 
depth concerned with not only the col- 
lege and its beginnings, but with the 
country and its past leaders and events. 

Fort Hill once dominated the cam- 
pus, which was then an 1100 acre plan- 
tation that overlooked the Seneca Riv- 
er. The first owner was James 
McElhenny, the Presbyterian minister 
of Old Stone Church. He built the origi- 
nal house around 1802. It was then 
called Clergy Hall. Mrs. John Ewing 
Calhoun purchased the home in 1824, 
and presented it to her daughter, Mrs. 
John C. Calhoun. The house was re- 
named Fort Hill in honor of Fort Rut- 
ledge, an old fort which had been built 
on the land in 1776 as protection from 
the Indians. John Cadwell Calhoun, 
who served as a US Congressman and 



Senator, Secretary of War and State, 
and finally Vice-president, lived at Fort 
Hill with his wife from 1825-1850. It 
was during this time that the house was 
enlarged to its present size of fourteen 
rooms. 

Four years after the death of John C. 
Calhoun, in 1854, his wife sold Fort Hill 
to their son, Andrew Pickens Calhoun. 
When he died in 1865, he still had not 
paid for it, so the plantation was even- 
tually passed to Mrs. Calhoun's oldest 
heir, Anna Calhoun Clemson, wife of 
Thomas Green Clemson. The home was 
special to the Clemson's because it was 
where they were wed in 1838. While 
living at Fort Hill, Thomas G. Clemson 
was active in the Pendleton Farmers 
Society, which sparked the idea for be- 
ginning an agricultural college. Before 
Mr. and Mrs. Clemson's deaths, they 
willed the plantation to the state of 
South Carolina stipulating an agricul- 



tural college to be built there. Mr. 
Clemson's will provided that Fort Hill 
should always be preserved as a histori- 
cal shrine. At least three rooms were to 
be open to the public and in the sale of 
household goods, sufficient furniture be 
reserved to furnish these rooms. 

Fort Hill was opened to the public on 
March 1, 1931. Miss Ida Calhoun was 
the first caretaker. The house was filled 
with original furnishings that were kept 
at Fort Hill by Clemson's request. Oth- 
er items in the house were original 
pieces that were donated by descen- 
dants of the Calhouns and Clemsons. 
Probably the most famous piece in the 
house is the Constitutional sideboard. 
It was made of mohagony paneling ac- 



The coverlet on the bed in the Calhoun's 
master bedroom was made by Cornelia 
Calhoun. 




148 >i^ ACADEMICS 




All photos by Richard M. Baldwin II 



Because Thomas Green Clemson was 6'6" 
tall, the Clemson's seven-foot walnut bed 
was specially made. 

An overseas chest and bearskin trunk be- 
longing to Mr. Clemson is in the dressing 
room. 




The parlor is a very special room. Thomas 
Green Clemson and Miss Anna Maria Cal- 
houn were married in the parlor in Novem- 
ber 1838. 



quired from the frigate Constitution be- 
fore dismantling was stopped by public 
objections. It was originally given to 
Henry Clay, who gave it to John C. Cal- 
houn after a speech defending the frig- 
ate Constitution. Many portraits by 
Clemson hang in Fort Hill, including a 
self-portrait and a work entilled, "Ma- 
donna and Child." Calhoun set up the 
garden for his crippled daughter Came- 
lia, who loved flowers. The east side 
row of cedars on the estate were a gift 
from Daniel Webster. 

Fort Hill was designed as a national 
landmark in 1975, qualifying it for 
matching federal grants for preserva- 
tion of the structure. The university 
and the John C. Calhoun division of the 
Daughters of the Calhoun division of 
the Daughters of the Confederacy set 
up the Fort Hill Endowment as another 
financial resource to ensure that Thom- 
as Clemson's will is carried out."" 



Dawn Houston 

CALHOUN MANSION 



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Taps Salutes 



Clemson's Best-all-around 



April 30, 1987 marked the end of 
fifty years of service to Clemson for 
the university's tenth president, 
Walter T. Cox. To honor President 
Emeritus and Dean Cox, the univer- 
sity established a scholarship in his 
name. The scholarship was to be 
granted to students on the basis of 
their academic performance and po- 
tential. 

In addition to the lasting tribute to 
Dean Cox, a celebration was held on 
September 5, 1987. The festivities 
consisted of a public barbecue dinner 
and program which followed the 
First Friday football game against 
Western Carolina. Approximately 
500 people attended the dinner, 
which raised money for the scholar- 
ship bearing Dean Cox's name. The 
dinner raised $50,000 for the fund. 

Walter T. Cox graduated from 
Clemson in 1939 and returned as an 
Assistant Coach and Athletic Busi- 
ness Manager in 1940. Ten years lat- 
er he was promoted to Director of 
Public Relations and Alumni Affairs 
and Assistant to the president. In 
1955, he took the position of Vice- 
President of Student Affairs, a posi- 
tion he held until July 1985. From 
July 1985 until March 1985, Cox 
served as Clemson's tenth president. 
From July of 1986 until March 1987, 
he served as Vice President for Insti- 
tutional Advancement. Cox retired 
from full-time employment at Clem- 
son on April 30, 1987, but continued 
to serve the university on a part-time 
basis as a consultant to President 
Lennon and the institutional ad- 
vancement division."' 



With all of his newly freed time Walter Cox 
catches up on his leisure reading. 

Walter Cox is still much a part of Clemson 
University, and he keeps up with its activi- 
ties. 



Tammy A. Woolbright 



The former university president, Wal- 
ter Cox, enjoys relaxing in his home. 



150 N. ACADEMICS 





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Finished At Last! 



Clemson University officially her- 
alded the opening of a new $11.9 mil- 
lion laboratory on April 28, 1987. The 
Howard L. Hunter Chemistry Labora- 
tory housed a 230 seat auditorium and a 
main building plans also called for a 
research wing to be added at a later 
date. 

The building was a valued addition to 
the Chemistry Department, which was 
formerly housed in Brackett Hall. The 
modern facilities benefited most of the 
university's students, since about half 
of the seventy-seven bachelor degree 
programs offered required courses in 
chemistry. 

President Max Lennon acknowl- 
edged state taxpayers' support for the 
new building saying, "Because of their 
commitment, the opportunities are 
limitless." 

Students also responded positively to 
the improvement. "They're nicer and 
their smaller size enables for one class 
at a time instead of three at a time in 
one large lab," Roger Donahue said of 



Chemistry journals and guides were readi- 
ly accessible in the chemistry library. 




Dr. Desmarteau, Head of the Chemistry 
Department, finds the new labs are very 
much to his liking. 

As in alot of chemistry labs, these students 
double check the instructions so they won't 
blow themselves up! 




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ACADEMICS 




The new Howard L. Hunter Chemistry 
Building incorporated a modern look with 
the 230 seat auditorium and a 97,000- 
square-foot main laboratory building. 

New equipment and facilities with proper 
ventilation are a welcome change for those 
dealing with the Chemistry Department. 



the modern laboratories. 

The building name honored Howard 
L. Hunter, former dean of the College 
of Arts and Sciences. Hunter retired in 
1969 after forty-one years of service to 
Clemson University. 

The building was dedicated before an 
audience of over one-hundred people, 
including members of Hunter's family 
and nationally known chemists. The 
dedication was followed by a technical 
symposium featuring three well-known 
figures in chemistry. 

As Max Lennon indicated, the How- 
ard Hunter Chemistry Laboratory 
marked the beginning of "exciting 
times for Clemson and the state."' 



Tammy A. Woolbright 



CHEMISTRV BUILDING 



153 



Golf 156 

Baseball 158 

Tennis 164 

Soccer 172 

ACC Volleyball Tournament 178 

Football 180 

Citrus Bowl 188 

TAPS Salutes 192 

New Stadium 194 



Track 196 

Cross Country 198 

Fike Intramurals 202 

Equestrian Team 204 

Autocross 206 

Volleyball 208 

Swimming 210 

Basketball 214 

Wrestling 224 




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Jill Russell 



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All Photos by Vern Verna 

Kevin Johnson chips his way out of a 
sandtrap and into having the lowest 
stroke average, 71.88, on the team. 

Jason Griffith concentrates on his 
putting game, which helped him earn 
the second lowest stroke average on 
the team. 



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Tiger Golfers Capture The ACC Title 



In his fourth year of coach- 
ing Clemson golf, Coach 
Larry Penley continued to 
strengthen and improve the 
university golf program. 
With a team roster including 
the return of three starters 
from the 1986 team and 
three powerful freshmen, the 
year was bound to be explo- 
sive from the beginning. 

Placing second of twenty 
teams in their first tourna- 
ment, the Seminole Classic, 
and winning the next two, 
the Palmetto Classic and the 
Gamecock Invitational, the 
Tiger golfers set a winning 
precedent at the start of the 
season. Next came a fifth- 
place finish at the Homberg 
Intercollegiate Tournament. 
It was two more tournaments 
before the team captured an- 
other first-place finish, the 
coveted ACC Championship. 
The Tiger golfers then trav- 
eled to the Schenkel Invita- 
tional where they placed 
fifth of eighteen teams. The 
season ended with a trip to 



the NCAA Tournament, 
where the Tigers captured 
eleventh-place among thir- 
ty-three teams. 

The team, as a whole, im- 
proved by recording better 
statistics than those set in 
the previous year. Kevin 
Johnson set a Clemson fresh- 
man record for stroke aver- 
age in 1986 with a 73.74 and 
lowered his average as a 
sophomore to 71.88, the low- 
est on the team. Johnson's 
leading average beat Brad 
Clark's lowest team average 
of 73.32 the preceeding year. 
Coach Penley said of this as- 
piring young golfer, "Kevin 
Johnson is one of the best 
collegiate golfers in the coun- 
try. His desire and determi- 
nation set him apart. He is a 
real competitor who could 
excel in any sport." 

Collectively, the Tigers 
shot under par thirty-seven 
times out of nine tourna- 
ments. The team average was 
72.46 strokes per round and 
Kevin Johnson held the low 



score of the season with a 65. 
The team had three first- 
place finishes as a team and 
had three team members fin- 
ish first in various tourna- 
ments. Chris Patton and Ke- 
vin Johnson tied for first- 
place in the Gamecock 
Invitational, and Jason Grif- 
fith finished first in the Pal- 
metto Classic. 

Coach Penley said, "This 
is the most talented team 
that I have ever coached." 



Dawn Houston 



"Winning the 
ACC Champion- 
ship proved to us 
that we could 
play with any 
team in the 
country." 
Kevin Johnson 



156 >v SPORTS 





Brad Clark surveys his putt. As team 
captain, he helped lead the team to 
many victories. 

Freshman Chris Patton has more than a 
strong putting game; he had the lowest 
round of the fall with a 69 at Palmetto 
Dunes. 



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1987 Golf 




Seminole Classic 


2nd 


Palmetto Classic 


1st 


Gamecock Invitational 


1st 


Romberg Intercol 


5th 


Iron Duke Classic 


4th, tie 


Furman Intercol 


2nd 


ACC Championship 


1st 


Schenkel Invitational 


5th 


NCAA Tournament 


nth 



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Michael J. Morga 
Clemson shortstop Bill Spiers 
throws into home for an out. 

Coach Bill Wilhelm proudly watches 
the program of his team. 



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SPORTS 



Clemson Baseball Has Record Season 



The Clemson baseball 
team just keeps getting bet- 
ter. In 1986, the team tied 
the record for most wins in a 
season with 42. In 1987, they 
smashed that record with a 
54-14-1 season. It was the 
first time Clemson has had a 
50-win season in any sport. 

This year's team was 
strong in almost all areas. 
With five fifth-year seniors 
on the roster, experience was 
one of the teams greatest 
strengths. The Clemson of- 
fense also proved strong the 
team had a .320 batting aver- 



age. In addition, five Tigers 
made the All-ACC baseball 
team. Bert Heffernan, Steve 
Baucom, Bill Spiers and 
Randy Mazey made first- 
team All-ACC, and Henry 
Threadgill made second- 
team All-ACC. Pitcher Brian 
Barnes also contributed to 
Clemson's strength, posting 
12 wins — the most by a Ti- 
ger in over 10 years. 

Even though the team had 
an all-round great year, two 
of the highlights had to be 
the Miami series and the 
South Carolina series. 



Against a Top Ten Miami 
team at Miami, the Tigers 
won two games and tied the 
third. Against a highly re- 
garded South Carolina team, 
the Tigers swept all four 
games. 

The ACC Tournament 
started off well for the Ti- 
gers. The tournament was 
held in Greenville, South 
Carolina for the first time, 
and the support for the Ti- 
gers was tremendous. Unfor- 
tunately, the support wasn't 
enough as the Tigers won 
games against Wake Forest, 




Vern Verna 




Bert Heffernan 
slides into third. 



BASEBALL ■%. 159 



Vern Verna 



Mike Milchin runs to make a tag. 

Jerry Brooks awaits the pitch in hopes of a 
homerun. 

The Tigers celebrate yet another victory. 








Jerry Brooks slides into homeplate 
for a run. 

Coach Wilhelm discusses the game 
plan with his catcher and pitcher. 




North Carolina and North 
Carolina State before losing 
to Georgia Tech and N.C. 
State. 

The Tigers' season wasn't 
over yet though, as the team 
received a bid to the NCAA 
baseball tournament. The 
team beat West Virginia, Se- 
ton Hall, and Auburn before 



being eliminated by Arkan- 
sas. But the team certainly 
had nothing to be ashamed 
of — they finished the sea- 
son ranked number 10. It was 
Coach Bill Wilhelm's thirti- 
eth consecutive winning sea- 
son making him the winnin- 
gest active coach in the ACC 
in any sport. Coach Wilhelm 



should be able to add to that 
total next year. With several 
key players returning, in- 
cluding Bert Heffernan and 
Brian Barnes, the Tigers 
looked forward to a bright 
future. "^^ 

Lisa Stark 



BASEBALL X. 161 



S**A 




Mike Milchin attempts to tag a base 
stealer out. 



SPORTS 






1987 Baseball 


W-L 


Score 


Opponent 


W 


9-3 


The Citadel 


w 


12-0 


The Citadel 


w 


8-1 


West. Carolina 


w 


7-6 


Appalachian St. 


w 


1-0 


Appalachian St. 


w 


8-7 


NC-Wilmington 


w 


4-0 


NC-Wilmington 


w 


9-8 


Old Dominion 


w 


4-1 


Old Dominion 


L 


3-10 


Georgia Southern 


W 


8-2 


Georgia Southern 


w 


14-5 


Georgia Southern 


w 


12-11 


Marshall 


w 


19-1 


Marshall 


w 


20-1 


Marshall 


w 


6-4 


Virginia 


w 


9-2 


Virginia 


w 


7-5 


Fl. International 


L 


1-6 


Fl. International 


W 


8-2 


Miami Fl. 


W 


11-9 


Miami Fl. 


T 


10-10 


Miami Fl. 


W 


14-5 


Maryland 


W 


18-5 


Auburn 


L 


4-5 


Auburn 


W 


3-2 


Auburn 


W 


12-2 


Valdosta St. 


W 


12-6 


Valdosta St. 


W 


25-1 


UNC-Charlotte 


w 


3-2 


Georgia 


L 


7-11 


Georgia 


L 


6-7 


N.C. State 


W 


15-5 


N.C. State 


W 


11-5 


North Carolina 


W 


4-1 


Furman 


L 


2-4 


Georgia Tech 


W 


12-6 


Wake Forest 


W 


13-11 


Wake Forest 


W 


6-3 


Duke 


W 


11-4 


Virginia 


L 


6-7 


Georgia Tech 


W 


13-3 


Wake Forest 


W 


12-4 


Duke 


W 


6-3 


Duke 


W 


5-3 


South Carolina 


W 


7-3 


South Carolina 


L 


2-12 


Georgia Tech 


L 


3-4 


North Carolina 


W 


9-8 


N.C. State 


W 


14-8 


North Carolina 


W 


5-3 


South Carolina 


W 


8-7 


South Carolina 


W 


8-1 


Maryland 


W 


9-7 


Maryland 


w 


10-8 


Duke 


w 


14-5 


Duke 


L 


6-7 


South Alabama 


W 


1-0 


South Alabama 


W 


11-1 


South Alabama 


W 


11-4 


Wake Forest 


W 


9-4 


North Carolina 


W 


8-0 


N.C. State 


L 


1-7 


Georgia Tech 


L 


7-11 


N.C. State 


W 


8-0 


West Virginia 


W 


6-3 


Seton Hall 


L 


5-6 


Arkansas 


W 


6-3 


Auburn 


L 


2-4 


Arkansas 



n 






Clemson Netters Continue Success 



Vern Verna 
A Clemson netter prepares for a 
victory. 

Heidi Adam returns one from the 
baseline. 



The men's tennis team 
continued its success by hav- 
ing it's eleventh consecutive 
winning season. The sched- 
ule pitted Clemson against 
many of the best college 
teams in tennis today. The 
team faced twenty-one teams 
ranked in the Top 20 over 
the course of the season. 
Consequently, none of the 
team's losses came against 
unranked teams. 

The Tigers played well in 
several tournaments with 
their strongest showing at 
the National ITCA Indoor 
Championships. The team 
defeated three ranked teams 
including number-two 
Southern Methodist. Unfor- 
tunately, the team lost to 
number-one Southern Cali- 
fornia in the finals and had 
to settle for runner-up. 

There was no Atlantic 
Coast Conference Tourna- 



ment in 1987, but the Tigers 
were still crowned ACC 
Champions for the fifth con- 
secutive year. The tourna- 
ment was cancelled due to 
inclement weather. Thus on 
the strength of their 6-0 reg- 
ular season ACC record, the 
Tigers were awarded the 
championship. 

The team also made a 
ninth straight appearance in 
the NCAA Tournament 
which was held in Athens, 
Georgia. The team started 
off with a strong showing in 
defeating Kansas by a score 
of 6-1. The Tigers then faced 
host Georgia and had to set- 
tle for an early trip home. 

Individually, several play- 
ers captured post-season 
honors. The team placed 
four members on the All- 
ACC team and four on the 
Ail-American team. The 
Clemson representatives on 



both teams were Craig Boyn- 
ton, Kent Kinnear, and 
Vince Van-Gelderan. Brian 
Page also made All-ACC, 
and John Sullivan gained 
All-American honors. 

The Lady Tigers had a 
good season by retaining 
their ACC title and finishing 
in the nation's Top 20. The 
team's overall record was IS- 
IS and 5-1 in the ACC with 
the only setback coming in a 
late season loss to North 
Carolina. 

Though the team's overall 
record may appear some- 
what mediocre, one must 
consider the caliber of the 
opponents the team played. 
Of the thirty-one teams the 
Lady Tigers played, seven- 
teen were ranked in the top 
25 at the time of the match. 
The record is also more im- 
pressive in that the team 
only played eleven matches 

Michael J. Morga 



164 



SPORTS 





TENNIS V 165 



Nicole Stafford prepares for a 
backhand. 

Clemson tennis is built on strength 
and determination. 




Vern Verna 




Vern Verna 



at home the entire season. 

One of the highlights of 
the season was the ACC 
Tournament which the Lady 
Tigers won for an unprece- 
dented sixth time. The team 
defeated Virginia, Duke, and 
Wake Forest enroute to its 
title. Two players captured 
individual championships; 
they were Ingelise Driehuis 



and Laurie Stephan. Both 
players, along with Nicole 
Stafford and Pam Menne, 
earned All-ACC honors. In 
the doubles category, the 
teams of Stafford-Driehuis 
and Menne-Stephan were 
ACC champions. Driehuis 
was also named the Most 
Valuable Player in the ACC. 
The success of Ingelise 



Driehuis did not end with 
her ACC honors. She was 
named All-American in sin- 
gles and doubles with her 
partner Nicole Stafford. 
Driehaus also had the privi- 
lege of being selected to the 
first-team Academic All- 
American.'^^ 

Mark Scott 



166 



SPORTS 



Richard M. Baldwin II encouragement. 




Teammates rely on each other for 



Craig Boynton expresses determination 
during his return. 



1987 Men's Tennis 

W-L Score Opponent 

L 3-6 Tennessee 

L 4-5 Miami 

L 1-8 SMU 

W 9-0 Arkansas 

W 5-1 South Carolina 

W 5-2 SMU 

W 5-2 Georgia 

L 4-5 Southern Cal 

W 9-0 N.C. State 

W 5-3 Cal-Irvine 



w 


5-4 


Wichita State 




L 


4-5 


Texas Christian 




L 


3-6 


South Carolina 




W 


7-2 


Northeast 
Louisiana 




W 


9-0 


Georgia Tech 




L 


3-6 


Texas 




W 


7-2 


Trinity 




L 


0-9 


Southern Cal 




L 


4-5 


Pepperdine 




W 


7-2 


Virginia 




W 


7-2 


Maryland 




W 


5-4 


Alabama 




L 


4-5 


Cal -State Long 
Beach 






L 


1-5 


South Carolina 




W 


9-0 


Furman 




W 


7-2 


North Carolina 




W 


8-1 


Wake Forest 




W 


8-1 


Georgia 




L 


3-6 


South Carolina 




L 


4-5 


Tennessee 




W 


6-3 


Miami 




W 


6-1 


Kansas 




L 


2-5 


Georgia 






168 X. SPORTS 




Ingelise Driehuis prepares to 
dominate her opponent. 

Sometimes the Tigers reach 
deep within themselves to find 
the perfect return. 



TENNIS 



169 



The great success of the tennis 
teams is a result of long hours of 
practice. 

Nicole Stafford approaches the 
net in hopes of a win. 





1987 Women's Tennis 


W-L 


Score 


Opponent 


W 


8-1 


Mississippi 


W 


9-0 


Florida State 


W 


6-3 


Wisconsin 


L 


4-5 


Georgia 


W 


9-0 


South Carolina 


L 


3-6 


Northwestern 


W 


5-4 


USIU 


W 


5-4 


SMU 


L 


1-8 


Miami 


L 


3-6 


San Diego St. 


L 


2-7 


Southern Cal 


W 


5-4 


Arizona St. 


W 


5-4 


Pepperdine 


L 


3-6 


Brigham Young 


W 


9-0 


N.C. State 


W 


8-1 


Wake Forest 


L 


3-6 


Kentucky 


W 


5-4 


Indiana 


L 


4-5 


USIU 


W 


8-1 


Georgia Tech 


W 


7-2 


Maryland 


L 


2-7 


Miami 


L 


3-6 


Cal-Berkeley 


L 


3-6 


South Carolina 


W 


5-4 


Duke 


W 


7-2 


Furman 


L 


4-5 


North Carolina 


W 


6-3 


Virginia 


W 


7-2 


Duke 


W 


7-2 


Wake Forest 


L 


1-8 


Florida 





Richard M. Baldwin II 



Vern Verna 



Brian Page attempts to perfect 
his serve. 

John Sullivan shows his speed 
and agility in returning a short 
volley. 




TENNIS >«w 171 





Soccer Season Brings Pleasant 

Suprise 



It was to be rebuilding 
year for Clemson soccer. You 
know, one that doesn't really 
count. In fact the main thing 
head coach I.M. Ibrahim was 
thinking about building be- 
fore the season started was 
his new 4,000 seat stadium. It 
was a good recruiting year, 
but winning would have to 
take a back seat for a few 
years, while the young talent 
improved. However, some- 
one forgot to tell this to sen- 
ior Bruce Murray. On a team 
full of freshmen, it was it's 
elder statesman Murray that 
made sure the season count- 
ed as the Tigers finished 13- 
5-1 in the regular season and 
went to the NCAA tourna- 
ment, where they pulled off 
upset after upset. 

"Bruce Murray is going to 
be the player that makes us 
or breaks us," said Ibrahim 
before the season started. 
"He's really our best player, 
but we do have an outstand- 
ing group of seniors return- 
ing. They are the ones that 
are going to make this team 
successful." 

Murray had been an All- 
American since he stepped 
on the campus four years 
earlier, and this year he was 
being touted for the highest 
honor given to a soccer play- 
er, the Herman Award. Mur- 
ray led the Tigers with 17 
goal and eight assists, while 
the Tigers matured into a na- 
tional contender. 

Injuries kept the Tigers 
from going to the NCAA 
tournament the previous 
year, despite that team's top 
20 finish, and the program 
had fallen behind some of 
the others in the Southeast 
such as Duke, South Caroli- 
na and North Carolina. "If 
we have the rash of injuries 



we had last year, I don't 
think we will have a decent 
season," Ibrahim said about 
the challenge he faced in 
naving to face ACC competi- 
tion with so many freshmen. 
But he was not shy about at- 
tacking with the ball as he 
knew the physical competi- 
tion his team would face dur- 
ing the year. He said that the 
team would play a high in- 
tensity defense which was 
contrary to most of the play- 
ers' styles. And, Ibrahim un- 
veiled his team's new style as 
well as his new stadium with 
an 8-0 win over UNC-Ashe- 
ville. The new stadium was 
something that Ibrahim had 
wanted for years and when it 
opened up, it filled to near- 
capacity. The Tigers then 
went on to defeat UNC- 
Greensboro and the College 
of Charleston in two very 
challenging contests. 

The Tigers then got their 
first taste of ACC competi- 
tion in their next match as 
they faced physical North 
Carolina. The Tigers took it 
on the chin against the Tar 
Heels as goalkeeper Chris 
Dudley allowed the first two 
goals of the season for the Ti- 
gers in their 2-1- loss. Ibra- 
him had the officiating to 
blame as the Tigers squeaked 
by Georgia State 3-2 in their 
next contest. The Tigers 
raised their conference 
record to 1-1 with a 3-1 win 
over Wake Forest and then 
avenged a loss to Furman a 
year earlier with a 3-1 win 
over the Paladins in their 
next contest. 

In their next contest 
against Duke, the Tigers 
dominated every phase of 
the game but the scoreboard, 
as the Blue Devils took a 2-0 
victory. After the loss Ibra- 



him expressed pleasure in 
the progress that the team 
had been making despite the 
loss. The Tigers made good 
on their chances to score in 
their next two matches 
against St. Louis and George 
Mason in the Umbro Invita- 
tional Tournament. The Ti- 
gers defeated St. Louis 5-1 
and dispatched George Ma- 
son 2-0 to win the tourna- 
ment and get rid of some of 
the frustration that had been 
haunting them throughout 
the season. However, the 
team would not see many 
more easy wins. In their next 
match against Berry College 
they won 1-0 despite out- 
shooting Berry 23-4 and hav- 
ing three shots hit off the 
goal. 

Probably the highlight of 
the season was when the ti: 
gers knocked off the second- 
ranked Gamecocks of USC 2- 
1 on Riggs Field in front of 
over 6,000 fans. "I have a 
bottle of Dom Perrignon, 
and it has been chilling the 
entire year," Ibrahim said af- 
ter watching his team im- 
porve to 10-2 on the year. 
"And I assure you I will open 
it tonight." 

After a 2-1 win over Coast- 
al Carolina in their next 
match, the Tigers faced N.C. 
State with an NCAA bid in 
the balance. The Tigers tied 
the Wolfpack 2-2 to keep 
their hopes for a bid alive, 
and Ibrahim just hoped that 
his Tigers could hang on to 
receive an invitation to the 
tournament after suffering 
numerous injuries in recent 
matches. Ibrahim was finally 
given a night he could relax 
in the Tigers' next match 
against Erskine. The Tigers 
defeated the Flying Fleet 5- 
0, and the big win could not 



172 >v SPORTS 




Senior Paul Carollo 
provides leadership 
for a young team. 



Michael J. Morga SOCCER X. 173 



A Clemson goalkeeper de- 
fends against a St. Louis 
goal attempt. 

Sophomore David Veghte 
attempts to get by a Duke 
defender. 




All photos by Eric Freshwater 



NATIONAL 
CHAMPIONS 



OPPONENT W-L SCORE 


UNCA 


W 


8-0 


UNCG 


W 


3-0 


CHARLESTON 


w 


2-0 


NORTH CAROLINA 


L 


1-2 


GEORGIA STATE 


W 


3-2 


WAKE FOREST 


W 


3-1 


FURMAN 


W 


3-1 


DUKE 


L 


0-2 


GEORGE MASON 


W 


2-0 


ST. LOUIS 


W 


5-1 


BERRY COLLEGE 


W 


1-0 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


W 


2-1 


COASTAL 


W 


2-1 


N.C. STATE 


T 


2-2 


ERSKINE 


W 


5-0 


MARYLAND 


L 


0-1 


PRESBYTERIAN 


W 


3-0 


VIRGINIA 


L 


0-1 


NORTH CAROLINA 


L 


2-1 


EVANSVILLE 


W 


2-1 


INDIANA 


W 


2-1 


RUTGERS 


w 


3-2 


NORTH CAROLINA 


w 


4-1 


SAN DIEGO STATE 


w 


2-0 



174 



SPORTS 




Strength and determi- 
nation have helped the 
Tigers to reach the 
NCAA playoffs. 

The Tigers celebrate a 
victorv over Duke. 




have come sooner for Ibra- 
him. "We got tired of those 
Wednesday night squeakers 
that go all the way down to 
the wire," Ibrahim said. 

The Tigers then fell on 
hard times as they lost their 
final two regular season ACC 
matches to Maryland and 
Virginia. The losses were 
sandwiched around a 3-0 win 
over Presbyterian College. 
The Tigers were given a bid 
despite their 13-5-1 record. 

The rebuilding year that 
Ibrahim had expected turned 
into a year that added to the 
Tigers' reputation as a na- 
tional power. The season was 
certainly one that will be re- 
membered for some time to 
come for its close finishes 
along with the results that 
went along with the close 
finishes that were usually in 
the youthful Tigers' favor. 

Tommy Hood 

SOCCER ^ 



175 




SPORTS 




SOCCER 



Soccer Team Defeats 
San Diego State For 

National 
Championship 






Sophomore Dave Veghte 
dribbles downfield during 
Clemson's impressive win 
against San Diego State. 



It was to be a year of re- 
building for the Clemson 
soccer team. Coach I.M. 
Ibrahim dreamed of much 
but "realistically" expected 
less than that as he faced a 
season with his youngest 
team ever. There were times 
during the season when the 
coach and his team doubted 
that they would even get a 
bid to play in the NCAA 
tournament. They had a dis- 
appointing 1-5-1 record in 
the ACC and lost to UNC in 
the first round of the ACC 
tournament. But the Tigers 
were given the benefit of the 
doubt and won one of the 
last two spots given in the 
tournament. San Diego State 
won the other one. 

In the first round of the 
tournament Hermann 
Award winner Bruce Murray 
kicked in the winning goal 
from 35 yards away to lead 
Clemson to a 2-1 win over 



Evansville. Evansville coach 
Fred Schmalz called Mur- 
ray's kick "the best free kick 
I've ever seen in college soc- 
cer." The team then went on 
to dethrone top-ranked Indi- 
ana 2-1. Murray kicked his 
second winning goal of the 
tournament to lead the Ti- 
gers. Clemson's next victim 
was Rutgers. Murray scored 
two second half goals to set 
up the 3-2 win. 

Clemson was chosen to 
host the final four, where 
they would face UNC in the 
semifinals. The Tarheels had 
beaten them twice during the 
regular season, but, this time 
the Tigers totally dominated 
and beat the Tarheels 4-1 in 
front of a crowd of 6,000 peo- 
ple. The Tigers had now 
beaten four top-twenty 
teams on their march to the 
final game. And now they 
faced San Diego State. The 
last two teams chosen for the 



NCAA tournament were 
about to do battle for the top 
spot in college soccer. 

The Tigers came into the 
game determined to accom- 
plish what was thought to be 
impossible. At one point, 
they held SDSU without a 
shot for 36 minutes. They 
were in control throughout 
the game, as Paul Rutenis 
and Richie Richmon each 
scored to give the Tigers a 2- 
win in front of a crowd of 
more than 8,000 fans. It was 
a very proud moment for 
Coach Ibrahim, as his young 
team had skillfully crafted 
themselves into what no one 
believed they could be any- 
time soon ... a national 
championship team. So 
much for a season of rebuild- 
ing-^ 

Jennifer Cooper 



Kobirt I.. Hall Jr. 



178 



SPORTS 




^' 




SOCCER 




^-*Ji*-- 




Rollercoaster Year On The Gridiron 



For a season that was pre- 
dicted to bring so much joy, 
it brought so much pain. For 
a year that was supposed to 
bring so much success, it 
brought relatively few wins. 
It was nine wins to be exact, 
the most by a Clemson foot- 
ball team since 1983. The 
wins came by big margins 
and they came by small mar- 
gins, mostly small. LatI 
drives ffGlci the rule, and Da- 
vid Treadwell was the man 
most looked at when the fi- 
nal minutes were ticking 
away. The offense would be a 
sore spot, as Ford had made 
clear before the season start- 
ed. But wj 



plaining a 
they prepari 
olipa in late 
so with 
raimt him. 




com- 
tense as 
South Car- 
Tovember, he 
MA so with only one loss 
^aimt him. And he knew 
that as unimpressive as his 
offense was at times, his de- 
fense was just as spectacular, 
having much to do with most 
of the Tigers' wins. The de- 
feogfej^y^ominant in the 
T^g^^j^B^ victory over 
Vm^^mMitolinei as they de- 
feere^lpTOCatamounts 43-0. 
They limited Western Caro- 
lina to only 105 total yards. 
And an impressive showing 
by two freshmen and a flrst- 
year runningback at the tail- 
back slot topped off the day 
for Ford. Wesley McFadden 
a sophomore in his Hrst game 
at tailback rushed for 64 
yards, while freshmen Joe 
Henderson and Terry Allen 
ran for 80 yards and 76 
yards, respectively. Each of 
them also had a touchdown 
in the Tigers' victory. 

McFadden rushed for 226 
yards including touchdown 
runs of 44 and 89 yards the 
next week to lead the Tigers 
to a 22-10 win over Virginia 
Tech. However, it was the 



defense that stole the spot- 
light from McFadden as they 
limited Tech to 60 total 
yards in a game that was 
^venge for the Tigers 

Hokies had embar- 
the previous year 

Valley. Tbiu^ set 
up a showdown juK^ext 
week in Death^lRlP^be- 
tween the Tige^^||||||Oeor- 
gia. The game would be the 
last between the two schools 
until 1990, and neither team 




left in the game to bring the 
Tigers within two points at 
^4^#nd forced a free kick. 
JWflHTfense proceeded to 
ball 53 yards 
lys to set up a Trea 
leldgoal from 21 yi 
with two se^ffeA^eft to yna^ 
the game Sl^pP'Tm venl|| 
happy foi^DR^IP^l team, 
and I thinnl^jfl|tee very for- 
tunate to win/^said Ford. 
"But we found a way to win, 
whether it was one point, 





Danny Ford spent much of the season looking for the BIG 
wins. 



wanted to think about losing 
this game for that long. After 
David Treadwell had kicked 
a 46-yard field goal in 1986 to 
win the game for the Tigers, 
there was surely no way the 
game could get any more ten- 
seful or exciting. But then 
the defense stepped into the 
picture and decided to creat 
a big finish. So they nailed 
Bulldog quarterback James 
Jackson for a safety with 5:38 



half a point ... I don't even 
know what the score was." 

The Tiger defense contin- 
ued to ignite the team in 
their next game against 
Georgia Tech. The Yellow 
Jackets came into the game 
boasting one of the top pass- 
ing attacks in the ACC, but 
when they left Death Valley, 
they barely had their pride 
intact after a 33-12 shellack- 
ing by the Tigers. The Yel- 



low Jackets were limited to 
only 41 yards on the ground 
and 160 yards in the air 
while Tech quarterback Rick 
Strom was sacked six times, 
nell Woolford returned a 
78 yards in the Hrst 
r for a touchdown and 
e Henderson returned a 
Tckoff 95 yards for a score in 
the third quarter. The Tigers 
totalled 227 yards in punt re- 
tjUBb to set a new team 
recoriyjj^ 

^mi|39ffense finally had 
VM9|aiy in the tU n in the 
"ngU' next^gmBia^utainst 
Virginia, as ^fe^%^^coring 
drives of 80^(BJ^ and 74 
yards in 38-21 mn over the 
Cavaliers. Allen rushed for 
183 yards and McFadden 



had lia 
ball in 
ofth 
Thl 
long d 




Tigers put the 

;one on three 

r possesions. 

scored on two 

not get- 

r- 




m 



lespr 
ting anything e 
noon to defeat 

the next game. TlB^urai was 
tied 10-10 with ju^^i* H 
minutes left in the game, and 
the Tigers had the ball on 
their own 3-yard line. But 
the offei^ay;hen proceeded 
to mar^^WJj^ds on their 
most iwSR^ drive of the 
day folpA^nning touch- 

The Tigers' lack! 
Hnally caught up 
in their next game 
went down 30-0 in 
half to N.C. State and could 
not quite come back, as they 
ended up losing 30-28. Rod- 
ney Williams threw an 
NCAA record 46 passes in 
the second half as they at- 
tempted a miracle comeback, 
but in the end, all hopes for a 
national championship were 
vanquished. The Tigers 
played their hearts out in the 
second half. However, their 





Marlciu' l.aKuitan 



FOOTBALL X. 181 



A second-half rally by the Tigers 
just isn't enough to overcome N.C. 
State. 

James Coley outruns a Virginia 
opponent. 




Michael J. IMorsia 



.(ill Russell 




Michael J. Morga 
ACC Rookie-of-the-Year Terry 
Allen goes in for one of his two 
touchdowns against Virginia. 




182 X. SPORTS 



,w 



28 points were too little too 
late against a team that 
would lose to East Tennes- 
see State University two 
weeks later. 

The next week on Hal- 
loween, Wake Forest 
jumped out to a 17-10 half- 
time lead, holding the Ti- 
gers to a field goal and punt 
return for a touchdown by 
Donnell Woolford. But, 
Rodney Williams came in 
in the second half after 
Chris Morocco had started 
the first half and lead the 
Tigers to three second half 
touchdowns to give them a 
31-17 win. 

The win set up a show- 
down between the Tigers 
and UNC for the ACC 
championship. Once again, 
it was Treadwell who made 
the day for the Tigers. He 
hit a 30-yard field goal with 
30 seconds left to give the 
Tigers a 13-10 win. The Ti- 
gers clinched the ACC title 
and a Citrus Bowl bid with 
a 45-16 pelting of Maryland 
the next week in Death Val- 
ley. It was complete domi- 
nation, from the 355 yards 
rushing to the two long 
touchdown passes from 
Williams to Gary Cooper. 
There was no doubt the Ti- 



gers had put it all together. 
Early in the second half, 
most of the Tigers' thought 
turned to their next oppo- 
nent. South Carolina. The 
Gamecocks came into the 
game with a 7-2 record. The 
Tigers scored on their first 
possesion with a 91 yard 
drive, but they were shut 
out for the rest of the game. 
Carolina scored on a pair of 
field goals, an offensive 
touchdown and a intercept- 
ed pass return for a touch- 
down. The loss ended what 
was to be a magical season 
for the Tigers at 9-2. The 
high hopes of the preseason 
were dashed at the N.C. 
State game and pounded 
into the ground in Colum- 
bia. "We're thankful that 
we have an opportunity to 
end the season on a differ- 
ent note," Ford said after 
the game as he accepted the 
invitation to play in the 
Citrus Bowl. "I thought 
that our guys played very 
well this season in that 
we're 9-2. We didn't accom- 
plish everything that we 
wanted to accomplish, but 
we have nothing to be 
ashamed of." 



Tommy Hood 




Kobort L. Hall Jr 



Jill Kussel 





1987 FOOTBALL 




W-L 


Opponent 


Score 


W 


Western Carolina 


43-0 


w 


Virginia Tech 


22-10 


w 


Georgia 


21-20 


w 


Georgia Tech 


33-12 


w 


Virginia 


38-21 


w 


Duke 


17-10 


L 


N.C. State 


30-28 


W 


Wake Forest 


31-17 


W 


North Carolina 


13-10 


W 


Maryland 


45-16 


L 


South Carolina 


7-20 



Rodney Williams is brought down 
by the N.C. State defense. 



184 X. SPORTS 




Back-up quarterback Chris 
Morocco looks for a hole in the 
Georgia Tech defense. 




Kobert L. Hall Jr 




Miihaol J. Morga 
Michael Dean Perry takes 
down a Duke man for a loss. 

Wide receiver Gary Cooper cel- 
ebrates a touchdown with the 
fans. 



FOOTBALL N. 185 



Citrus Bowl Brings a 

Sweet Finale To a 

Sweet and Sour 

Season 



VUKiK^ 




Michael J. Morga 

Keith Jennings comes down with one 
of seven receptions against Penn 
State. 

Randy Anderson turns around to find 
his rusher. 



It was the magic that fans, 
coaches, and players had 
anxiously awaited all season. 
But it really only seemed 
like magic on New Year's 
Day for the Tigers. What it 
really boiled down to was a 
solid game plan and the ex- 
cellent talent to execute it. 
After having a month to 
think about their disappoint- 
ing loss to South Carolina, 
the Tigers charged onto the 
field for the 42nd Citrus 
Bowl game and stunned the 
crowd of over 53,000 fans. 
The Tigers took control of 
the game from the beginning 
and handed the Penn State 
Nittany Lions a 35-10 loss, 
PSU head coach Joe Pater- 
no's worst bowl defeat ever. 

Paterno had voiced his 
concern over Clemson's kick 
return ability; his concerns 
were legitimate. On the 
opening kickoff, Clemson's 
Wesley McFadden returned 
the ball 42 yards to the 
Clemson 44-yard line. Then 
the Tigers did what no one 
ever dreamed they would do. 
On the first play from scrim- 
mage, quarterback Rodney 
Williams dropped back and 
threw his first pass of the 



game to Keith Jennings for a 
34-yard gain. Seven plays 
later, Tracy Johnson took it 
in from seven yards out for 
Clemson's first touchdown. 
David Treadwell added the 
extra point to give Clemson a 
7-0 lead. 

The score remained un- 
changed until early in the 
second quarter when Penn 
State was given good field 
position by a 36-yard punt 
return. An interception by 
Donnell Woolford was nulli- 
fied by an offsides penalty 
against Clemson, giving 
Penn State the opportunity 
to tie the game on a 39-yard 
pass to Michael Alexander 
from Matt Knizer. But the 
Tigers quickly answered 
with a 72-yard drive that 
took only eight plays. Terry 
Allen had a 31-yard run, and 
Williams found Jennings for 
a 31-yard pass play to help 
set up the score. Johnson 
capped it off again with a six 
yard touchdown run. Tread- 
well connected to make it 14- 
7 in Clemson's favor. 

Penn State opened the sec- 
ond half with a 28-yard Eric 
Etze field goal. But Clemson 
answered quickly again with 



a 70-yard touchdown drive. 
The drive was highlighted by 
a 23-yard pass from Williams 
to Gary Cooper and a 22- 
yard run by Alen that carried 
the ball to the PSU 8-yard 
line. Johnson went in for the 
touchdown from the 1-yard 
line, giving Clemson a 21-10 
lead. Johnson rushed for 88 
yards in the game, and his 
three touchdowns set a new 
school record. 

Moments later, Clemson 
linebacker Dorian Mariable 
intercepted a PSU pass at 
the Clemson goal line and re- 
turned it 46 yards. That was 
the fourth and last time in 
the game that PSU penetrat- 
ed the CU ten-yard line. 
Twice they scored and twice 
they turned the ball over. 
Mariable's interception cou- 
pled with Tony Stephens' re- 
covery of a PSU fumble at 
the CU nine-yard line cost 
Penn State two possible 
scores. Mariable's intercep- 
tion won him the defensive 
MVP award of the game. 

Clemson scored again on a 
26-yard run by Allen, who 
ran for a total of 105 yards. 
Allen's score and Treadwell's 
extra point gave Clemson a 

Jill Russell 



186 X. SPORTS 





Michael .1. Mortia 



Rodney •Williams drops back 
for one of many passes against 
Penn State. 



CITRUS BOW!.>w 187 



Donnell Woolford fights the Penn 
State coverage on a return. 

Tiger Band celebrates Clemson's 
halftime lead. 



28-10 lead. In the final sec- 
onds of the game, Clemson 
took it into the endzone 
again. Joe Henderson's 45- 
yard run to the PSU six-yard 
line gave Clemson first and 
goal. Moments later Hender- 
son took it in from the four- 
yard line. Treadwell's fifth 
connection gave Clemson a 
final score of 35-10. 

The Tigers played a near 
perfect game and were led by 
Rodney Williams' superb 
passing game. Williams com- 
pleted 15 of 24 passes for 214 
yards. He was named MVP 
of the Citrus Bowl for his 
performance. The game was 
what the Tigers had 
searched for all season, and it 
certainly pleased head coach 
Danny Ford. "We happened 
to have the hot hand today," 
said Ford. "We played very, 
very well. Our guys just 
played great." 



Jennifer Cooper 

Donnell Woolford and Arling- 
ton Nunn lead their teammates 
in a victory dance. 



188 



SPORTS 





CITRUS BOWLX. 189 




Clemson Hosts the 

ACC Volleyball 

Tournament 



N.C. State Takes Top Honors 



Clemson University host- 
ed the ACC Volleybafl Tour- 
nament November 20-22, 
1987. Clemson was eliminat- 
ed on Friday by Virginia by 
scores of 15-5, 15-5, and 15- 
10. Advancing to the semifi- 
nals on Saturday were Duke, 
who beat UNC, and NCSU, 
who beat Virginia. On Sun- 
day, NCSU defeated Duke to 
win the championship. 
NCSU coach Judy Martino 
was named the ACC Volley- 
ball coach of the year. And, 
among those named to the 
ACC First Team was Clem- 
son's Wendy Anderson."^^ 

Jennifer Cooper 



A Clemson player sets up to re- 
turn a volley. 





190' 



SPORTS 



Jill Russel 
A UNC player sets up the bal 
for her teammate. 



/ 



m 



Robert L. Hall 



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The Lady Tigers set up for the Virginia 
vollev. 



An N.C. State player shows strength in 
her serve. 




ACC VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT X. 191 



e TAPS 
Salutes 

Banks 
McFadden 



Banks McFadden stands beside 
his retired jerseys, as he ex- 
presses his appreciation for such 
a great honor. 




Photos courtesy of Communications Center 



Clemson University has 
always had a tradition of ex- 
cellence in sports. In the 
1986-87 school year, Clem- 
son captured seven ACC 
crowns and had 10 Top 20 
national finishes. Thousands 
of very dedicated athletes 
have represented Clemson 
well in its history. And, sev- 
eral of those athletes have 
made exceptional efforts to 
make Clemson the best in 
college sports. So, to honor 
such athletes, the university 
may elect to retire their jer- 
seys, which means that those 
jersey numbers will never be 
worn again by any other 
player in the future. On Sep- 
tember 19, 1987, at the pre- 
game ceremonies of the 
Georgia football game, Clem- 
son University proudly hon- 
ored former Tiger Ail-Amer- 
ican Banks McFadden by 



retiring not only one but two 
of his jerseys. Banks McFad- 
den was a football, basket- 
ball and track star when he 
attended Clemson. He was 
named the nation's most ver- 
satile athlete for 1939-40, af- 
ter having won Ail-American 
honors in both football and 
basketball in 1939. He is the 
only person in Clemson's 
history to be named Ail- 
American in two sports in 
the same calendar year. As a 
track team member, he lead 
the team to a state champi- 
onship. McFadden wore 
football jersey number 66 
and basketball jersey num- 
ber 23. He is only the fourth 
person in Clemson's history 
to have his or her jersey re- 
tired. The jerseys of basket- 
ball greats Tree Rollins and 
Barbara Kennedy and foot- 
ball great Steve Fuller have 



also been retired. According 
to the Clemson Athletic 
Council, in order for consid- 
eration to be given to the re- 
tirement of an athlete's jer- 
sey, the athlete must be a 
Clemson graduate of at least 
five years who has had a sub- 
stantial impact on the sports 
program and who has 
brought national/interna- 
tional attention to Clemson. 
He or she must have demon- 
strated leadership abilities 
and have had the respect of 
his or her teammates. 

In honor of his tremen- 
dous achievements and ef- 
forts that have helped in cre- 
ating a tradition of athletic 
excellence at Clemson Uni- 
versity, the 1988 TAPS staff 
salutes Banks McFadden. 



Jennifer Cooper 



192 



SPORTS 




Banks McFadden is congratu- 
lated by a friend for being hon- 
ored for his many accomplish- 
ments in Clemson athletics. 

Joined by his wife, Mr. McFad- 
den is thanked for his many 
fine contributions as an athlete 
at Clemson University. 



BANKS MCFADDEN 



193 




Tennis and Soccer 
Facilities See Million 
Dollar Improvements 



With its 4,000 person ca- 
pacity, the new soccer 
stadium is a definite im- 
provement, as Clemson 
soccer continues to grow 
in popularity. 



The past year produced 
some definite improvements 
in two of Clemson's athletic 
facilities. The two sports 
which received the largest 
amount of attention were 
tennis and soccer. Both of 
these areas have been in 
need of improvements for 
some time. 

The new indoor tennis 
center will definitely aid 
Clemson in both recruiting 
and bringing top-ranked 
teams from across the coun- 
try to have matches here. 
The center will also help the 
players by allowing them to 
practice year-round and dur- 
ing inclement weather. 



The tennis center cost ap- 
proximately $1.04 million 
and was funded through IP- 
TAY and the athletic depart- 
ment. The center contains 
four tennis courts with divid- 
er curtains. There are also of- 
fices for both the mens' and 
womens' coaches, as well as 
an equipment room. Res- 
trooms and a canteen are 
also available for use during 
soccer games. All together, 
the tennis center provides 
Clemson with a top-notch fa- 
cility which will undoubted- 
ly help the Tigers remain 
with the country's most elite 
in college tennis. 

The soccer field also expe- 



rienced some dramatic im- 
provements. The most sig- 
nificant change was the 
construction of a permanent 
4,000 seat stadium, which is 
the second largest in the 
ACC. At a cost of $1.1 mil- 
lion, the soccer stadium fea- 
tures a press box, lights for 
night games, and locker 
rooms for both teams. A new 
$60,000 scoreboard was also 
installed, as well as a picnic 
area across from the stadium 
for tailgating. 



Mark Scott 




194 X. SPORTS 



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Brian Koldyke 




Michael J. Morga 




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Brian Koldyke 



The new indoor tennis center is 
a welcomed addition, because 
it will allow the Tigers to have 
practice and matches during 
inclement weather. 

Construction of both facilities 
was funded by IPTAY and the 
athletic department at a cost of 
over two million dollars. 





WOLkj* 




Track Has Record-Setting 

Season 



196 



Clemson Track sets many 
records with the dedication of 
many fine athletes. 



SPORTS 



The men's track team had 
a fantastic season as the 
1986-87 Tigers set twenty- 
one Clemson track bests. 
Most of these were set at ei- 
ther the Florida State Uni- 
versity-Tenneco Relays or at 
the South Carolina State 
Meet. The Tigers also placed 
first in the ACC in indoor 
track and second in outdoor 
track. 

The Florida State Univer- 
sity-Tenneco Relays were 
held on March 21, 1987, and 
the Tigers ran well. Ten 
school records were set — in- 
cluding one by Terrance 
Herrington in the 800 meters 



which qualified him for the 
National Collegiate Athletic 
Association Outdoor Meet. 
Several others Tigers also set 
records — Delton Hall, John 
Everett,George Milton, and 
Larry Clark. 

At the South Carolina 
State Meet held in April, the 
Tigers turned in another fine 
performance. Although they 
finished second by eight 
points to the University of 
South Carolina, the team set 
twelve Clemson school 
records. Records were set by 
Shelton Boyer, Marcus 
Black, Terrance Herrington, 
George Milton, and John 



Boobas. Additional records 
were set by Frank Crossen, 
Mike Spiritoso, Darwin 
Rencher, and Shawn Parker. 
The women's track team 
also had a good year. The 
Lady Tigers had several top 
performers that spring. Mi- 
chelle Kalikan ran a school 
record 17:05 in the 5000 me- 
ter run at the Dogwood Re- 
lays. Teammates Elsa Breit 
and Jeannie Burris also set 
records. Breit set records in 
the 1500 meters and 800 me- 
ters while Burris set records 
in the discus and shotput.^^ 

Lisa Stark 




All photos by Michael J. Morga 




TRACK X.197 




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Men's cross country 
team members show 
their happiness over 
winning the ACC 
Championship. 



Success In The Making 



In keeping with recent tra- 
dition, the Clemson Univer- 
sity Cross-Country teams en- 
joyed much success in 1987. 
The Lady Tigers competed 
in four season meets in addi- 
tion to the ACC Champion- 
ships. They began the season 
with their finest perfor- 
mance at the Georgia State 
Invitational where they fin- 
ished in first place. Michelle 
Kalikin lead the team with 
an individual second place 
finish. In early October the 
team travelled to the Stan- 
ford/ Holiday Inn Invita- 
tional in California, where 
they placed second among 
fifteen teams. Kalikin and 
Kris Salt ran well for the Ti- 
gers in that meet. 

At the Furman Invitation- 
al in Greenville, S.C., Ute 
Jamrozy, Helen Rogers, and 
Michelle Scholtz finished 
fourth, sixth, and tenth, re- 
spectively. The Virginia In- 
vitational was another fine 
performance for the Lady 
Tigers, as they finished third 
among twenty-five teams. 
Kalikin, Salt, Jamrozy, and 
Marsha Grondziak led the 
team with good individual 
finishes. Finally, the Lady 
Tigers finished in third place 
at the ACC CHampionships 
in Atlanta with strong per- 
formances by Kalikin, Salt, 
and Rogers. Overall, the 
Lady Tigers finished the sea- 
son with one first place, two 
third places, and one sixth 
place finish in four team 
meets. 

The men's team also had 
an excellent season. They 
finished in first place in all 
four meets. They took first at 
the Georgia State Invitation- 
al and had Larry Clark and 




All photos by Jill Russell 



198 



SPORTS 




CROSS-COUNTRY X. 199 



The Lady Tigers run to finish 
third in the ACC Championship. 

Helen Rogers maintains a tight 
lead over a Georgia Tech 
opponent. 

This Lady Tiger shows endur- 
ance in the ACC Championship 
race in Atlanta. 








Paul McCaffrey finish in a 
tie for first place. At the 
Clemson Invitational, Dov 
Kremer lead the team to a 
first place finish, as he set a 
new course record for a Tiger 
with a time of 24:59.1 and 
finished in second place. 
Henrik Skov, Clark, McCaf- 
frey and Shawn Britton also 



finished in the top ten indi- 
vidually. 

Along with Yehzkel Ha- 
lifa, Kremer, Clark, McCaf- 
frey, and Skov all finished in 
the top seven at the Vander- 
bilt Invitational to pace the 
Tigers to a win over four- 
teenth ranked Western Ken- 
tucky. Kremer broke the 



course record with a time of 
24:13. Finally, the men 
turned in a brilliant perfor- 
mance at the ACC Champi- 
onships in Atlanta. They 
won the title for the sixth 
time in school history. The 
team was lead with top ten 
finishes by Halifa, Clark, 
Kremer, and Skov, who all 



went on to win All-ACC hon- 
ors for their performances. 
Coach Bill Cason was also 
voted the ACC Men's "Coach 
of the Year" after the team's 
victory.'^^ 

Jennifer Cooper 



200 



SPORTS 




The Men's Cross Country team 
accepts the honor of winning 
the ACC Championship. 

The men's team overcame 
many highly ranked opponents 
on their way to success. 



CROSS COUNTRY >v 201 



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Fike Continues To 

Offer An Excellent 

Intramural Program 



Students have always 
sought means by which to 
vent frustrations brought on 
by the pressures of the class- 
room. Clemson's own Fike 
Recreation Center has al- 
ways been many students' 
favorite place to work out, 
relax in the sauna, or to par- 
ticipate in a little friendly 
competition. Besides 

weights, raquetball, aerobics, 
swimming, and other indoor 
sports programs, Fike con- 
tinued to provide an excel- 
lent intramural program in 
the 1987-88 school year that 



offered something for every 
student. For those students 
who chose not to play a 
sport, there was the chance 
to be a field manager or an 
official. 

At least sixteen different 
intramural sports were 
played, ranging from football 
to ultimate frisbee to water 
polo. Sports were offered in 
five divisions, including 
freshmen, upperclassmen, 
women, fraternity, and grad- 
uate. And there was a co-rec 
division in most sports, 
which proved to be very pop- 



ular among many different 
campus organizations. 

For many people, intra- 
murals was just something 
fun to do with friends. But, 
for others it was a neverend- 
ing blood battle in quest of a 
coveted "Intramural Cham- 
pion" t-shirt. Nevertheless, 
intramural sports proved to 
be a fun way to meet new 
people and to take much 
needed study breaks. ^^ 

Jennifer Cooper 




202 ^ SPORTS 



All photos by Robert L. Hall Jr. 



Ultimate frisbee is quickly 
gaining popularity among 
Clemson students. 







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L 



Waiting on the pitch, a Softball 
player hopes for a homerun 
and an "Intramural Champion" 
t-shirt. 

A Clemson student practices 
his catching before an intramu- 
ral Softball game. 



INTRAMURALS >». 203 




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An equestrian team member cools 
her horse down after a ride. 



204 X. SPORTS 



Equestrian Team Wins Top Honors 



Many opportunities for 
students to compete in vari- 
ous sports were available at 
Clemson University, but a 
unique one that offered the 
possibility of competing on 
the national level was the 
Clemson University Eques- 
trian team. Sponsored by the 
Block and Bridle Club, the 
team competed in a region 
which included the College 
of Charleston, University of 
Georgia, University of South 
Carolina, University of Flor- 
ida, Converse College, and 
St. Andrews Presbyterian 
College. 

Though most of the teams 
received funding for lessons, 
had practice requirements 
for their members, and sev- 
eral even had horses for use 
by their riders, the Clemson 
team riders were responsible 
for their own instruction and 
many did not even get to ride 
except at the shows. In spite 
of these disadvantages, the 
team qualified four riders in 
five classes for the Regional 



competition last season. Of 
the four that qualified, all 
won their classes and ad- 
vanced to the National In- 
tercollegiate Show in India- 
napolis, Indiana, where Sally 
Ford won a second and 
fourth in her two classes. 
Carol Anne Buteil placed 
sixth, and Lisa Crouch and 
Krista Harrelson also put in 
fine performances. 

Intercollegiate competi- 
tion offered both Stockseat 
and Huntseat divisions and 
had levels ranging from 
Walk-trot for the beginner to 
the Open division for riders 
experienced enough to com- 
pete on the national level in 
other horse organizations' 
shows. While Stockseat was 
only shown "on the flat," 
huntseat riders could com- 
pete both "on the flat" and 
"over fences," which ranged 
in height and width as much 
as three feet six inches. 

What was probably the 
greatest challenge of showing 
intercollegiately was the fact 



that riders rode a horse that 
they had never ridden before 
and were given no practice 
time before they went into 
the ring to be judged. The 
riders' only chances to know 
what to expect of his or her 
mount were watching the 
horse being warmed up be- 
fore the show and reading a 
very brief description of the 
horse in the program. Horses 
were assigned to riders by a 
random draw in order to be 
as fair as possible. 

With many new riders and 
the talent of returning com- 
petitors, the Clemson Eques- 
trian team hoped to have an- 
other season of excellence by 
sending many of its riders on 
to compete at the regional 
and national levels. 



Jill Russell 



All photos by Jill Russell 




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Sally Floyd warms up for her ride in 
the Stockseat division. 

A Clemson rider shows good control 
over her horse as she jumps during 
competition. 




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Sally Floyd awaits 
her turn during 
competition. She 
has proven herself 
to be an excellent 
equestrian. 









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EQUESTRIAN X. 205 





High Speed Fun 



A sports car enthusiast races 
his BMW 325is around the 
autocross course. 



Imagine the thrill of trav- 
elling at speeds of 100 miles 
per hour or more in a power- 
ful sports car, racing against 
the clock or other drivers 
that are equally obsessed 
with travelling at speeds 
close to the speed of light. 
Car racing is a popular sport 
all over the world as well as 
at Clemson University. The 
Clemson Sports Car Club is a 
club open to those with an 
enthusiastic intrest in sports 
cars and different types of 
car racing. 

Under the leadership of 
advisor Ken Wagner, the 
club participated in many 
different events throughout 
the year. The club met twice 
a month. One meeting was 
reserved for conducting club 
business, and the other 



meeting was reserved for en- 
tertainment, which usually 
consisted of either watching 
videos of past races or hear- 
ing guest speakers. Club 
members also participated in 
road rallies and worked as 
corner workers in road races. 

The club held four auto- 
crosses at Clemson and invit- 
ed members of other sports 
car clubs from Augusta, 
Greenville, and Atlanta to 
attend. The autocrosses were 
timed races of individual 
drivers around a small intri- 
cate course. The courses were 
designed for speeds not to be 
much more than 40 miles per 
hour. 

The Chimney Rock Hill- 
climb was held in the spring 
at Chimney Rock and was a 
very popular event. Drivers 



raced up the hill one at a 
time, competing for the best 
time. Although most club 
members could not actually 
compete in the race, they 
were able to be around the 
drivers and cars by being 
corner workers. 

Because of the expense, 
most students could not af- 
ford to own and race a car of 
their own. But, the Clemson 
Sports Car Club gave many 
students a chance to partici- 
pate in many auto racing ac- 
tivities without having to 
worry about the cost. The 
club proved to be a fun way 
for many students to enjoy 
their favorite sport. 



Albertine Anderson 



Miles H. Nason 



206 



SPORTS 




This driver proves to be very 
competitive in his Classic MG. 

The driver of this Porsche 911 
finishes first place in the "A" 
Stock division. 



I 







Lady Tigers Have Record 

Season 








"The 1987 edition of 
Clemson's Lady Tiger vol- 
leyball team continued the 
winning ways of last year's 
record setting squad by tying 
the 1982 school record for 
most wins in the ACC." 
These were the words of 
Head Coach Linda White 
who had nothing but praise 
for this year's team. The 
Lady Tigers finished the reg- 
ular season with a 21-15 
record. This marks the sec- 
ond time in as many years 
that the team has surpassed 
twenty wins in a season. 

The Lady Tigers started 
off the season with a win 
over Western Carolina. The 
team placed third in the 
Coca-Cola Classic in Wash- 
ington, D.C. and third again 
in the Coors/Coors Light 
Classic in Illinois. In the last 



regular season tournament 
the Lady Blazen Invitation- 
al, the Tigers finished third 
again. The team then lost to 
Georgia before starting the 
ACC season. One of the high- 
lights of 1987 had to be trav- 
elling to Maryland and win- 
ning the first ACC match of 
the season. It was the first 
time the Lady Tigers had 
beaten Maryland since 1981, 
so the win was especially 
gratifying to the seniors. The 
team then defeated Virginia 
and Georgia Tech before los- 
ing to the University of 
North Carolina, Duke, and 
N.C. State to finish the ACC 
with a 3-3 record. 

Besides having a great 
team record, this year's Lady 
Tigers set several individual 
records as well. Leading the 
attack for the Tigers were 



seniors Cindy Tucci and Joy 
Fleming. Together, they 
held four career records for 
the Tigers. Cindy held the 
record for set assists and Joy 
held the record for service 
aces, block solos, and block 
assists. In addition, Joy and 
Chris Sherman both sur- 
passed 1000 defensive saves. 
Junior Wendy Anderson re- 
cieved All-Tournament 
Honors in all three regular 
season tournaments. Both 
Wendy and Chris Sherman 
were named ACC Players of 
the Week during the season. 
With four outstanding fresh- 
men as well as several re- 
turning players, Clemson 
was expected to do well in 
the upcoming season. 



Lisa Stark 



Joy Fleming jumps to 
block on opponent's 
volley. 

Three Lady Tigers get 
ready for the serve. 



1 . 



208 X. SPORTS 




All photos by Michael J. Morga 




A 



ft ? W^K ^^'^ 



- C^ t ^ 






OPPONENT 


W-L 


M 


WESTERN 






CAROLINA 


W 


1-0 


IOWA 


L 


1-1 


GEORGE 






WASHINGTON 


W 


2-1 


WINTHROP 


W 


3-1 


DEPAUL 


W 


4-1 


MISSOURI 


L 


4-2 


EASTERN ILLINOIS 


L 


4-3 


TENNESSEE 


L 


4-4 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


L 


4-5 


NEW ORLEANS 


W 


5-5 


UAB 


W 


6-5 


MISSISSIPPI 


W 


7-5 


N.E. LOUISIANA 


W 


8-5 


SOUTH FLORIDA 


L 


8-6 


GEORGIA 


L 


8-7 


MARYLAND 


W 


9-7 


GEORGE MASON 


W 


10-7 


UNC-CHARLOTTE 


L 


10-8 


CHARLESTON 


W 


11-8 


VIRGINIA 


W 


12-8 


BAPTIST COLLEGE 


W 


13-8 


PENNSYLVANIA 


L 


13-9 


GEORGIA TECH 


W 


14-9 


FURMAN 


W 


15-9 


SOUTH CAROLINA 


L 


15-10 


NORTH CAROLINA 


L 


15-11 


DUKE 


L 


15-12 


WESTERN 






CAROLINA 


W 


16-12 


WINTHROP 


W 


17-12 


EAST CAROLINA 


W 


18-12 


AUBURN 


W 


19-12 


N.C. STATE 


L 


19-13 


UAB 


L 


19-14 


FURMAN 


W 


20-14 


GEORGIA 


L 


20-15 


UNC-CHARLOTTE 


W 


21-15 



Teammates look on as Chris Sherman re- 
turns a volley. 

Amy Vaughan jumps high for a spike. 



VOLLEYBALL X. 209 




210 



SPORTS 




Swimmers Enjoy Success 



When the swimming sea- 
son began Head Coach Bob 
Boettner expected many 
great things from both of his 
teams. The Lady Tigers fin- 
ished 5th in the NCAA tour- 
nament in the previous sea- 
son and had seven AU- 
Americans or honorable 
mention Ail-Americans re- 
turning for the 1987-88 sea- 
son. Coach Boettner could 
not be disappointed. The 
opening meet for the Lady 
Tigers began a winning 
streak that would go on to 
prove how strong a national 
contender the women's 
squad was. Led by All-Amer- 
ican Pam Hayden, the Tigers 
dominated the Virginia Cav- 
aliers and won 165-103. Hay- 
den won the 200-meter free- 
style and fly events and the 
500-meter freestyle, and Jill 
Bakehorn won the 100 and 
200-meter backstroke and 
the 200-meter individual 
medley. One day later, Hay- 
den led the team to its sec- 
ond victory of the season 
over Virginia Tech. 

After an impressive first 
place finish in the Clemson 
Intercollegiate Invitational, 
the Tigers faced Furman. 
Jan Kemmerling won two 
swimming events, and 
Mandy Meek won both div- 
ing events to pace the women 
to a 140-64 win over the Pal- 
adins. Ranked fifth national- 
ly, the Lady Tigers went on 
to win several more meets by 
very impressive margins. 
Ruth Grodsky set two season 
best times in the 100- and 
200-meter breaststroke and 
Hayden set a season best in 



the 100-meter freestyle, as 
the Lady Tigers beat UNC 
164-100. Hayden led the 
team again in a win over 
Wisconsin-Stevens Point. 
Maryland and N.C. State 
were the Lady Tigers' next 
victims. Mitzi Kremer came 
back in this meet after a 
shoulder injury to win the 
200- and 500-yard freestyle 
events, leading the Tigers to 
a 166-90 win over the Terra- 
pins. Kremer swam well 
against N.C. State, where she 
won the 100- and 1,000-yard 
freestyle events. Freshman 
Denise Coniglio swam a 
2:02.87 in the 200-yard back- 
stroke, qualifying herself for 
both the NCAA champion- 
ships and the Olympic tri- 
als. The Lady Tigers went to 
on to defeat the Wolfpack 
163-104. The women then 
faced 13th-ranked South 
Carolina. Kemmerling, Hay- 
den, Bakehorn, and Grodsky 
each recorded wins that 
helped pace the team to a 
150-116 victory over the 
Gamecocks. 

The men faced the ACC 
defending champion Virgin- 
ia in their opening meet. Da- 
vey Stevens won the 200-me- 
ter individual medley and 
Dave Hrovat won the 1- and 
3-meter springboard events, 
but the Tigers were not able 
to overcome Virginia and 
lost by a score of 131-86. The 
Tigers regained their confi- 
dence the next day against 
Virginia Tech. Led by Ste- 
vens, who had three first 
place finishes, and Mark 
Bridgers, who had two vic- 
tories, the Tigers won the 



meet 62-40. The men went 
on to place first in the Clem- 
son Intercollegiate and sec- 
ond in the Tennessee Relays. 
Their next match was 
against Furman. Mark We- 
ber won two freestyle events 
and Dave Hrovat won both 
diving events to give the men 
a 133-65 win. Despite season 
— best performances by We- 
ber and Brett Jones against 
North Carolina, the Tigers 
could not overcome the Tar 
Heels and lost the meet 87.5- 
129.5. Jose Tarrio gave a fine 
performance in the next 
meet to pace the team past 
Wisconsin-Stevens Point. 
The win gave the team a 3-2 
overall record and a 0-2 
record in the ACC. The team 
then went on to win two 
close meets against Mary- 
land and N.C. State that 
raised their record to 5-2 
overall and 2-2 in the ACC. 
Weber and Tarrio, along 
with the freestyle relay team 
of Steve Patnode, Steve Hel- 
derman, Weber, and 
Bridgers helped clinch a 116- 
99 win over the Terps. The 
freestyle relay team of Pat- 
node, Weber, Bridgers, and 
Stevens won the last race of 
the day to give the Tigers a 
111-104 victory over the 
Wolfpack. One week later, 
the 22nd-ranked Tigers 
dropped a meet against USC 
despite the fine perfor- 
mances of Weber, Jones, and 
Tarrio. '^W 



Myra Hilliard 




Men's Swimming 

Meet 


W-L 






Virginia 


L 




Virginia Tech 


W 




Clemson Intercollegiate 


W 




Furman 


W 




North Carolina 


L 




Wisconsin-Stevens Point 


W 




Maryland 


W 




N.C. State 


W 




South Carolina 


L 




ACC Tournament 


3rd 






Dave Hrovat led the team to many wins 
with his diving talents. 

Davey Stevens prepares for the individual 
medley. 

A trainer helps a swimmer to relax before 
an important meet. 



SWIMMING X. 211 




SPORTS 




SWIMMING 








r 



> T m 



All photos by Srivaths Srinivasan 
Sophomore guard Tim Kincaid is one 
of the nation's top free throw 
shooters. 



214 X. SPORTS 



Tiger Teams Undergo 
Transitions 



What a difference a year 
made! Last year Clemson 
basketball had its best sea- 
son ever at 25-6, but this year 
the team barely had half that 
many, finishing the season 
with a 14-13 record. 

The major reason for this 
year's disappointing season 
was youth, which the Tigers 
had in abundance. This 
years' team had only one 
senior and one junior. In ad- 
dition, the team also had 
various off-the-court prob- 
lems. Before the season be- 
gan, the Tigers lost guards 
Michael Tait to hardship 
and Michael Brown to disci- 
plinary reasons. A few games 
into the season, guard Chris 
Duncan left the team for per- 
sonal reasons, with walk-on 
Chris Boozer quitting soon 
after. Donnell Bruce broke 
his hand and missed several 
games, and, late in the sea- 
son, Sean Tyson and Elden 
Campbell were suspended 
for violating NCAA rules. 

Being the only senior on 
the team, Grayson Marshall 
provided leadership on the 
team. Marshall was also 
counted on to handle the ball 
in most game situations, es- 
pecially close ones. While 
Grayson had been a leader 
for the past few years, this 
year he also became one of 
the best assist men in college 
basketball. During the year's 
first meeting with Georgia 
Tech, Grayson became the 
all-time ACC career assist 
leader, breaking Tyrone Bo- 
gues record of 781. 

Even though the Tigers 
suffered through injuries and 
adversity at the guard posi- 
tion, the frontcourt consist- 
ing of Elden Campbell, Jerry 
Pryor, and Dale Davis 
played consistently well. 
Campbell was second on 



Clemson's all-time blocked 
shots list and had a good 
chance of breaking Tree Rol- 
lin's record of 450. He was 
also Clemson's leading scorer 
and rebounder this season. 

Jerry Pryor exhibited 
strong rebounding skills on 
both the offensive and defen- 
sive ends of the court, while 
Dale Davis was first among 
freshman in rebounding and 
led the team with 23 points 
in the upset win over Duke. 

The Tigers started the sea- 







Renee Williams brings the ball 
downcourt for the Tigers. 



son halfway around the 
world in Taiwan with two 
exhibition games against the 
Taipei All-Stars and a regu- 
lar season win over Oregon 
State. Unfortunately, the Ti- 
gers didn't maintain that 
momentum throughout the 
season. Despite some rela- 
tively easy victories over 
Baptist, Townson State, 
Mercer, and Coastal Caroli- 
na, the Tigers also played 
some tough competition in 
Southern Mississippi, Michi- 
gan, and, of course, the ACC. 
The 88-85 loss to Southern 



Mississippi was the first 
home-court loss to a non- 
conference opponent in 33 
games. The Tigers rebound- 
ed with a win over Augusta 
before losing again to a top- 
twenty Michigan team, 93- 
88. After an easy win over 
Florida International, the 
Tigers got ready to attack the 
conference. Unfortunately, 
the conference was ready for 
them, as the Tigers lost their 
first three games in a span of 
five days. Inexperience 
proved to be their downfall. 
Against N.C. State, they 
blew a 10 point lead late in 
the game, and, against Vir- 
ginia, they allowed John 
Johnson to score the winning 
lay-up with one second left. 

The team then returned 
home to start a four game 
winning streak, starting with 
an 83-48 victory over Rider. 
The Tigers then scored their 
first ACC victory by defeat- 
ing Wake Forest 75-62. Next 
came the in-state rivalries. 
Clemson emerged victorious 
over Furman and South Car- 
olina, which according to 
Cliff Ellis was "the Tigers' 
second best game of the 
season." 

The next game was a trip 
to Atlanta to play Georgia 
Tech, and while Grayson 
Marshall broke the ACC as- 
sist record, it was not 
enough, as the Tigers started 
a six-game losing streak. Af- 
ter the Yellow Jackets, they 
proceeded to lose to Duke, 
UNC, South Carolina, and 
N.C. State before snapping 
out of it with a 65-62 last sec- 
ond win over Virginia. Wake 
Forest then avenged its earli- 
er loss to Clemson by claim- 
ing a 79-73 victory. The sec- 
ond meeting with UNC 
proved to be similar th the 
first, with the Tar Heels 




Jerry Pryor is a good all-around 
player who contributes much to 
the team. 

Coach Davis and his team really 
like what they see from the Lady 
Tigers these days. 




Michael J. Morga 



Senior guard Susan Fehling pro- 
vides leadership for her team- 
mates during their successful 
season. 

Although Dale Davis has some 
trouble at the free throw line, his 
other talents make him an asset to 
the team. 



BASKETBALL "N. 215 



claiming an 86-53 victory. 
Next came the Duke game at 
home, where the Tigers 
pulled off their biggest upset 
of the year with a 79-77 win. 
The Tigers finished the regu- 
lar season with a double 
overtime 79-76 win over 
Georgia Tech. 

First year head coach Jim 
Davis began the season with 
the Lady Tigers full of opti- 
mism. And, his optimism be- 
came reality. He took the 7- 
21 record from the previous 
season and almost literally 
turned those numbers 
around for this season's 
record of 20-7. But the re- 
turning talent was the key to 
the team's success. In his 
first year, Davis enjoyed hav- 
ing nine letter winners from 
last season, two Kodak Jun- 
ior College Ail-Americans, 
and an honorable mention 
prep All-American. 

When Coach Davis took 
his team to the court for the 
first time, they won, and, 
they kept on winnning. In 
fact they won eight of their 
first ten games. The season 
began on the road at the 
Georgia Southern Thanks- 
giving Tournament, where 
the Tigers defeated Southern 
Mississippi and Georgia 
Southern to win their first 
regular season tournament 
since the 1984-85 season. 
Louise Greenwood was 
named the MVP of the tour- 
nament, and teammates Mi- 
chelle Bryant and Susan 
Fehling were named to the 
all-tournament team. Led by 
the scoring of Karen Jenkins, 
Cheryl Nix, and Michelle 
Bryant, the team went on to 
beat S.C. State, N.C. State, 
UNCC, and Southern Ala- 
bama before losing a close 
one to New Orleans. 

The Tigers resumed action 
after Christmas with a big 
win over Boston University. 
Jenkins contributed 20 



Junior forward Michelle Bryant 
goes up for two. 

Dale Davis adds much to the team 
with his athletic ability. 

Louise Greenwood sets up in a zone 
defense during the Virginia game. 

Grayson Marshall and his team- 
mates are some of the best in the 
ACC at blocking shots. 




Srivaths Srinivasan 



Michael J. Morga 



points in the win, and Louise 
Greenwood had 10 rebounds. 
But, the Tigers came up 
short against unbeaten and 
ninth-ranked Duke and lost 
68-61. The next three match- 
es were ACC games. Bryants' 
scoring efforts helped lead 
the team to its second win 
over N.C. State, but the team 



then dropped games to 
Maryland and Wake Forest, 
giving them an ACC record 
of 2-3. 

The team regained their 
confidence in their next six 
games and recorded big wins 
against Radford, North Car- 
olina, and Georgia. The next 
contest was against USC. 



The Tigers won it 62-60 on 
Ramona O'Neal's free 
throws in the final seconds of 
the game. The Tigers then 
avenged its loss to Duke from 
earlier in the season with a 
decisive 78-65 victory over 
the Blue Devils. The ladies 
defeated Georgia Tech in its 
next game but then lost to 



216 



SPORTS 




Dale Davis challenges a defender 
under the basket. 

Elden Campbell, Ricky Jones, and 
Donnell Bruce have the N.C. State 
opponent surrounded. 

Virginia defenders look on as Elden 
Campbell slams one. 



Christina M. Chapman 



Virginia and Maryland in 
ACC action. The only regu- 
lar season loss from this 
point on was to Wake Forest. 
The team finished the season 
with and 8-6 record in ACC 
play and went on to place 
fourth seed in the ACC tour- 
nament. Coach Davis' first 
year was certainly a success- 



ful one and his future career 
at Clemson looked to be very 
promising after the very im- 
pressive record his team fin- 
ished with this season. 




Michael M. Morga 



Lisa Stark, Mark Scott, 
and Jennifer Cooper 



BASKETBALLS. 217 



Ricky Jones slams one against Virginia, 
proving his value to the Tigers in the fu- 
ture. 

Susan Fehling and her teammate go up for 
a rebound. 





1987 Women 


s Basketball 




Score 


W-L 


Opponent 




78-64 


W 


So. Miss. 




64-52 


W 


Georgia So. 




87-51 


W 


S.C. State 


1 


76-72 


W 


N.C. State 




81-64 


W 


UNC-Charlotte 




75-71 


W 


So. Alabama 




55-59 


L 


New Orleans 




77-53 


W 


Boston Univ. 




61-68 


L 


Duke 




72-66 


W 


N.C. State 




78-79 


L 


Maryland 




64-70 


L 


Wake Forest 




92-58 


W 


Radford 




73-50 


W 


UNC 




94-72 


W 


Georgia Tech 




62-60 


W 


use 




78-65 


W 


Duke 




90-74 


W 


Georgia Tech 




64-67 


L 


Virginia 




67-84 


L 


Maryland 




72-62 


W 


use 




73-65 


W 


Georgia 




77-44 


W 


UNC-Oharlotte 




96-64 


W 


Georgia State 




85-77 


W 


Virginia 




78-83 


L 


Wake Forest 


' 


66-60 


W 


UNC 




Center Louise Green 


wood overcomes the 


defensive 


efforts of a 


I Carolina opponent. 


218 X. S 


PORTS 









BASKETBALL 



Junior forward Karen 
Jenkins goes up to block 
an opponent's shot. 

Ricky Jones makes the 
most of his limited play- 
ing time. 



220 X. SPORTS 




Junior guard Ramona O'Neal lays 
one up against UNC-Charlotte. 




Christina M. Chapman 



1987 Men's Basketball 



Score 

69-54 

81-60 

71-61 

103-68 

76-57 

85-88 

91-45 

88-93 

98-47 

61-70 

53-68 

75-77 

83-48 

75-62 

76-65 

69-65 

76-85 

63-101 

64-88 

63-75 

66-70 

63-88 

65-62 

79-73 

52-88 

79-77 

79-76 



W- 
W 

w 
w 
w 
w 

L 

W 

L 

W 

L 

L 

L 

W 

W 

W 

W 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

L 

W 

L 

L 

W 

W 



Opponent 
Oregon St. 
Baptist 
Townson St. 
Mercer 
Coastal 
So. Miss. 
Augusta 
Michigan 
Florida Int. 
N.C. State 
Maryland 
Virginia 
Rider 

Wake Forest 
Furman 

use 

Georgia Tech 
Duke 

UNC 

use 

Maryland 
N.C. State 
Virginia 
Wake Forest 
UNC 
Duke 
Georgia Tech 



Elden Campbell proves that 
he is becoming a major tal- 
ent in the ACC. 

Rookie sensation Dale Da- 
vis blocks yet another shot. 



BASKETBALL" 



221 




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Lacrosse Causes Bruises 



Joel did write us a nice La- 
crosse article, but you know 
how computers are. It disap- 
peared into the computer. 
Joel was not available and 
we do not know anything 
about Lacrosse. I saw the 
game against Georgia. There 
were 10 guys out there in or- 



ange outfits. Uniforms they 
were not, but that did not 
damped their enthusiasm to 
play. After all it is the people 
in the uniforms that make 
the team. So, they were out 
there whopping the Georgia 
boys with their sticks (We do 
not know the name for them. 



sorry) trying to get the ball. I 
left at half-time; I think we 
lost. But this past weekend 
we won a game 15-4 — way 
to go guys. Lacrosse reminds 
us of hockey and rugby com- 
bined. 



Richard and Debbie 




222 



SPORTS 



Cindy Bagwell 

That Virginia boy is 
gonna have sore 
shins. Don't mess 
with dem Tigers. 

Joel Lehrer plays 
middle. Don't know 
what he's doing, but 
he is determined. 



liifr^ 



Cindy Bagwell 




The Tigers fight for the ball. If 
you don't get the ball, just take 
a swipe at their stick. 

These Tigers were waiting to 
go in and take charge. Not 
much action, but here are some 
more of the guys. 




Cindy Bagwell 




Cindy Bagwell 
This is another excit- 
ing action photo where 
we don't know what's 
goin on. You should go 
out and see a game, 
then you can learn 
about it and write cap- 
tions for us. 



Uiihard M. Baldwin II 



LACROSSE X. 223 



te.1 





Wrestling Has Successful 

Season 



The Clemson wrestling 
team opened its season look- 
ing for an improvement over 
its previous record of 8-7. 
The Tigers finished Novem- 
ber and December on a 
promising note with a 2-1 
record, winning against the 
Citadel and Oregon State 
and losing to Minnesota. 
But, when the season re- 
sumed in January, the team 
was plagued with the injuries 
of Kurt Howell, John Sar- 
nese, and Tom Salisbury. 



Using a makeshift lineup, 
the Tigers recorded impres- 
sive victories against Olivet 
and Kent State in a double- 
header, increasing their 
record to 4-1. The next 
match against Virginia 
opened up the ACC season 
for the Tigers. The Tigers 
built an early lead and held 
on to win after a strong 
comeback in the last three 
matches by Virginia. Clem- 
son's next three matches in- 
cluded a win over BYU and 



losses to Oklahoma State 
and Nebraska. 

The Tigers then split a 
pair of ACC matches. The 
day after the Tigers' pound- 
ing of Duke, North Carolina 
handed them their first ACC 
loss. Clemson improved its 
record to 8-4 by winning its 
next match against UT- 
Chattanooga. '^w 

Jennifer Cooper 



A Clemson wrestler 
gets ready to flip 
his opponent so that 
he can pin him. 



224' 



SPORTS 





WRESTLING 






Opponent 


W-L 




Citadel 


W 




Oregon St. 
Minnesota 


W 




L 




Olivet 


W 




Kent State 


W 




Virginia 


W 




BYU 


W 




Oklahoma St. 


L 




Nebraska 


L 




Duke 


W 




UNC 


L 




UT-Chattanooga 


W 




Appalachian St. 


W 




N.C. State 


L 




Maryland 


W 




ACC Tournament 


4th 





An opponent attempts to overcome the 
Clemson man's efforts to pin him. 

Most wrestling matches are endurance 
tests that determine who can last longer. 



Tina Chapman 




Tina Chapman 



WRESTLING >v 225 



v-^U 




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»>>'•. 



Organizations Day 228 

Honoraries 230 

Religious 238 

Spirit 240 

Student Government 244 

Media 246 



Hobby 248 

Fine Arts 252 

Professionals 264 

Sports 282 

Military 290 

Special Interest 292 




226 



ORGANIZATIONS 








*v, / 



Tonva Anderson 



ORGANIZATIONS X 227 



' ■■n>ifr-4-A>7:i\ii'% 



Several students take an interest in the 
Clemson White Water Club exhibit during 
Organizations Day. 

These members of the Organizations' Com- 
mittee within Student Government are ec- 
static over the success of Organizations 
Day 1987. 




Michael J. Morga 



228 >w ORGANIZATIONS 



Organizations Day 1987 




Michael J. Morga 



During the first week of September, 
the Student Government devoted a day 
in which all recognized campus organi- 
zations united to continue the tradition 
of Organizations Day. 

This annual event was informally 
and conveniently held along the Senior 
Walk-way between Tillman and Riggs 
Halls. The participating organizations 
introduced the many opportunities that 
were available to the new and continu- 
ing students. Organizations ranging 
from the Clemson University Rodeo 
Club to the Microbiology Club each 
talked to inquisitive students, demon- 
strated their skills, and recruited new 
members. 

With the great response from all par- 
ticipating organizations and the sup- 
port of the student body, Organizations 
Day 1987 was a huge success!! 



Evangeline M. Dickerson 

Clemson University's own radio station, 
WSBF, provides a remote broadcast on Or- 
ganizations Day 1987. 





Marilyn Pearson and Rhoda Redding of 
the Microbiology Society greet and wel- 
come a student and the TAPS photogra- 
pher on Organizations Day 1987. 



ORGANIZATIONS DAY 



229 



Honorary 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

FRONT ROW: Anna Maria Marchionne, Mary 
Gaddy, Debbie Brown. SECOND ROW: Christo- 
pher Carsten (President), Melissa Lee, Jennifer 
F'rick (Treasurer), Jeff Craddock (Historian). 
BACK ROW: Eric Manske, Kenyon Wagner 
(Advisor). 



BETA ALPHA PSI 

FRONT ROW: Sara Helms, Mary Burns (Vice 
President-Social), Barbara Jones (Reporting Sec- 
retary). Amy Anderson, Sharon Rothenhausler, 
Karen Gagnon, Lisa Padgett. SECOND ROW: 
Pam Brown, Ashley Fallaw, Debbie Schimsa, 
Paige Bedenbaugh, Christina Frate, Cheri 
Kaplan, Anne Marie Hanna. BACK ROW: Randy 
Fisher (President), Aubrey Harrell, Scott 
Reichard (Treasurer), Robert Elmore, Paul Fike 
(Vice President), Eddie Collins. 




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BLUE KEY 

FRONT ROW: Aurelia Watson (Vice Presi- 
dent/Weatherman), Jeff Duckworth (Tigerama 
Director), Pam Beiter (Secretary), Stacey 
D-Angelo (President). SECOND ROW: Kevin 
Earnest. Nicole Holbrook, Amy Jones, Danielle 
Bushong, Kris Shahriari, Cheryl Carson. THIRD 
ROW: Clay Lowder, Ashleyann Clement, Mary 
Beth Poole, Julie Lesley, Maureen Grady, Mary 
Burns, Joni Solesbee, Marv Anne Bolchoz, Jill 
Guthrie, Beth Foster. BACK ROW: Dr.Chris 
Sieverdes, Mac Carr. Brian O'Rourke, Steven 
Craig, Willie Shearer, Kelly Brown, Susan 
Nanney, Alan Pope, Scott Bowen. 



DELTA SIGMA PI 
(Group 1) 

FRONT ROW: Cathy Altman, Melody Lamm, 
Kim Baumgarner, Mary Virginia Watts. (Presi- 
dent), Jane Kassis (Vice President for Profession- 
al Activities), Jane Mason, Jane Crawford, Gina 
Daniels. SECOND ROW: Kerry Foster, Debbie 
(Jruca, Lisa Lester, Kathv Lusk, Debbie Schimsa. 
THIRD ROW: Jim Kilton (Vice President for 
Special Services), Saundra Serrett, Betty Best, 
Tammy Betoski, Jill Simmons, Starlene West, 
Beth Singletarv (Vice President for Pledge Edu- 
cation). FOURTH ROW: Evangeline Dickerson. 
FIFTH ROW: Stroman Heaner, Scott Madden, 
Ken Marshall, Tommy Hart, Naoko Kinoshita, 
Cheryl Soehnlin, Laura Sturcken (Vice President 
of Chapter Management). SIXTH ROW: Jim 
Duffy, Paul Wakim, Scot Campbell, Scott 
Broaddus. Michele Maio. Brent Masters, Jerry 
Greenhill, Eric Castor (Chancellor), Ashley 
Shull. 



DELTA SIGMA PI 

(Pledge Class) 

FRONT ROW: Susan McCullough (Vice Presi- 
dent Pledge Officer), Melonie Hammond (Chan- 
cellor), Coleen Okner, Gina Rhinehardt (Social 
Committee Chairman). SECOND ROW: Isaiah 
Boyd (Treasurer), Jill Snelsire (Vice President 
Professional Activities), Corinne Smith, Blake 
LeBrun (Vice President of F'inance). BACK 
ROW: John Utley, Keith Denton (President), 
Kevin Clary, Daniel Patterson (Vice President of 
Special Services), Tad Farris (Senior Vice Presi- 
dent). 



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Honorary 



GOLDEN KEY 

FRONT ROW: Alice Cheng, Mary Burns, Lisa 
Willimon, Janine Kalescky (President), 
Stephanie Wise, Melissa Kellett, Susan Schafer, 
Amy Anderson, Mary Hicks, Lisa Padgett. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mary Anne Bolchoz, Kris Shahriari, 
Barbara Jones, Alene Weber (Secretary), Karen 
Pearson (Vice President), Holly Fullerton, Mike 
Pitts, Sam Dozier, Martha Clark, Melissa 
Wilkins, Gary DuPre. THIRD ROW: Aurelia 
Watson, Ashleyann Clement, Myra Jolly, Lisa 
Stark, Cindy Eraser, John Stamey, Sheri West, 
Brian Guy, Christine Harkins, Robin McFail, 
Michelle Latimer, Bill Gould, Ernie Kutulas. 
BACK ROW: Bradley Russell (Advisor), Ken 
Fosaaen, Kimberly Fourspring, Michelle Pruitt, 
David Jolly, Emory Holsonback, John Padgett, 
Barry Rodgers, Carl Thompson, Karen Jerome, 
Robert Morse, Beth Sadler. 



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KERAMOS 

FRONT ROW: Deana Cosmadelis, Veronica 
Moon, Stephanie Wise, LouAnn Clary. SECOND 
ROW; Thomas Poole, Edward Rost (President), 
Michele Bittner (Vice President), Amy Bagwell 
(Treasurer). THIRD ROW: Darren Rogers, 
Martin Magnos, Keehna Frasier (Secretary), 
Dean Chapman. BACK ROW: Kevin Clark, Ken 
Fosaaen, Scott Haley, Alan Pope, Dr. David 
Leigh (Advisor). 



MU BETA PSI 

FRONT ROW: Lynn Scoggins, Jami Dills, Vicki 
Nelson, Wally DesChamps, Donna Carmichael, 
Debbie McFalls. SECOND ROW: Craig Berger, 
Tim Kudlock, Carol Suber (Treasurer), Jan 
Davis, Margo Nowlin, Jennifer Textor, Mamie 
Malphrus. THIRD ROW: Gregg Branham, 
Jennifer Brown, Mark Long, Tammy Tant (Presi- 
dent), Andrew Porio, Scott McMillan (Sergeant 
at Arms). BACK ROW: Jim McKenrick, Jim 
Hennessey (National Editor), Sonia Morrow, 
Paul Parker (Member at Large), Jeff Kerbow 
(Vice President), Wil DuBose (Pledgemaster), 
Billy Baker (Assistant Pledgmaster). 



MU BETA PSI 

(Pledge Class) 

FRONT ROW: Evangeline Dickerson, Margaret 
Steele, Barbara Anderson (President), Martha 
Fifer, Beth Byars. SECOND ROW: Patricia 
Lustig, Betsy Newton (Secretary/Treasurer), 
Doug Stanton, Robin Heinlien, Russell Smith, 
Christopher Everhart. BACK ROW: Wil DuBose 
(Pledgemaster), George Dowling, Michael 
Jackson, Roman Woodall, Billy Baker (Assistant 
Pledgemaster). 



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ORDER OF OMEGA 

FRONT ROW: Nancy King, Andrea Thompson, 
Melanie Carmichael, Cara Walsh, Jama 
McDonald, Nicole Holbrook, Cheryl Carson. 
SECOND ROW: Michelle Morabito (Vice-Presi- 
dent), Connie Cribb, Maureen Grady, Kathy 
Harrell, Beth Glasgow, Joni Solesbee, Pam 
Beiter. THIRD ROW: Nancy Wolf (Treasurer), 
MaryAnn Bolchoz, Julie Lesley, Jami Sons, Cory 
Carney, Kathrvn Durham, Stacey D'Angelo, 
Aureiia Watson. FOURTH ROW: Brent 
Waldfogel, Rolphe Martin, Russell Wilkes, Bob- 
by Clark, Pat Daggett, Jay Brackett, Rick Sar 
tory. BACK ROW: Jeff Duckworth, Michae 
Lenti, Mark Glass (President), Tim Bolden, Ben 
Crowder, Bert Golinski, Austin DeVaney, Joe 
Nelson. 



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FRONT ROW: Allyson O'Steen (Public Rela- 
tions Chairman), Rosemary Thomas (Secretary). 
SECOND ROW: Daryl Whitt (Treasurer), Bill 
Boone (President) 




PI MU EPSILON 



FRONT ROW: Patsy Therrell, Melissa Kellett, 
Penni Medford, Cathy Sams (Secretary/Trea- 
surer), Aureiia Watson (President), Nancy King 
(Vice President). SECOND ROW: Janice Israel, 
Kelley Miller, David Koon, Bill Gould, Robin 
Lougee (Co-Sponsor), Charlene Goldfinch. 




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PSI CHI 

SEMI-CIRCLE: Tamatha Sells. Patti 
Connor-Greene. .Mison Voyer, Christine Harkins 
(Treasurer), Kathv Caldwell. Merrie Jo Pitera 
(Vice President). CENTER: Michelle Lyons. 



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SIGMA TAU DELTA 

FRONT ROW: Michelle Latimer (President), 
Dottie Smith, Libby Dunsford, Min Lindsay, 
Sheila Flanders, Christine Brogdon. SECOND 
ROW: Sharon Jones, Elaine Marshall (Vice Presi- 
dent), Lisa Willimon, Robin McFall, Wanda 
Connelly, Felicia Hamilton. BACK ROW: Jerry 
Alexander (Reporter), Betty Cook (Historian), 
John Padgett, Jimmy Reynolds, Rodger Rollin 
(Faculty Advisor). 



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FRONT ROW: Melissa Wilkins, Lisa Leach, 
Emily Tedrow, Janet Morgan, Amy Ayer, Susan 
Huber (Treasurer), Amy Bagwell, Stephanie 
Wise. SECOND ROW: SulDhash Anaud (Advisor), 
Walter Castro (Advisor), Nancy Harshbarger, 
Theresa Edwards, David Earnhart, Kevin Clark, 
Thomas Griffin, Mark Hanes, Sam Dozier, Mike 
Pitts. THIRD ROW: Michael Bethea, Davie 
Shull, Scott Land, Clifton Lewis, Keith 
Wichmann, John Stamey, Hon Chun Yue, Robert 
Morse, Ernie Kutulas, Larrv Smith (President). 
BACK ROW: Gary Dupre, Barry Rodgers, Ken 
Fosaaen (Recorder), Tim Williams, Edward 
Horni, Eric Asperheim, Edward Payne, Daniel 
Adams, John Tomlinson. 



TIGER BROTHERHOOD 
(Group 1) 

FRONT ROW: Ben Crowder, Mac Carr, Ted 
Ford, Alan Pope, Kevin Earnest, Jay Brackett, 
Jeff Duckworth(Secretarv), Kirby Pate, Scott 
Bowen. BACK ROW: Joe Nelson, Mark Glass, 
Steven Craig(Treasurer), Mark YarboroughCVice- 
President), Rick Sartory, Tony Greer(President), 
Aubrey Harrell. 



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Honorary 



TIGER BROTHERHOOD 

(Group 2) 

FRONT ROW: Don Fowler, Wofford Powell. B.J. 
Todd, Harold Cooledge, Tom Skelton, Mark 
Eisengrein.BACK ROW: Brian O'Rourke, Chris 
Sieverdes, Gayland Witherspoon, David 
Defratus. 



XI SIGMA PI 

FRONT ROW: Jeff DeBell (Ranger), Rebecca 
Baldwin, Donny Baker (Secretary), Tony 
Thomas. BACK ROW: George Chastain, Jeff 
deOraan (Forester), Dr. Ansel Miller. 



IOTA LAMBDA SIGMA 

FRONT ROW: Rick Schwartz (Public Relations 
Chairman), David McMann (President), Vickie 
Touchberry (Assistant secretary/treasurer), 
Kerry Layton (V^ice President), Cordes Porcher 
(Historian), Russell Wilkes (Social Chairman). 



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Religious 



OFFICERS CHRISTIAN 
FELLOWSHIP 

FRONT ROW: Shannon Schaupp, Maj. Schaupp 
BACK ROW: Michelle Murphy, James Erwir 
(President), Buck Smith, Laurie Robertson. 




REFORMED UNIVERSITY 
FELLOWSHIP 

FRONT ROW: Sandy Brown, Kim Baker, Tracy 
Hutcheson, Suzie McKenzie, Kelly Vucish, Becky 
Sinclair, Thereas Edwards, Angle Abercrombie, 
Kim Mathews, Molly Stover, Tonya Anderson. 
SECOND ROW: Justin Landers, Mallie Taylor, 
Sara Margaret McCanless, Sallye Cambell, 
Angela Elder, Beth Compton, Jennifer Clary, 
Sharon James. Betsy Blanchard, Kim Rhodes, 
Denise Sayre, Susan Blackwood.THIRD ROW: 
Marisa Tate, Paul Vucish, Debbie Murray, Paula 
Clary, Kathy Arnold, Carol Holiday, Evelyn 
Ward, Ben Gaddis, Randy Young, Jan Goodman, 



Hunter Watson, Donna Miller, Greg Leslie. 
FOURTH ROW: Lori Beck. Pam Hartley, 
Rhonda Harmon, Joy Derrick, Melissa Wilkins, 
Marilyn Pressley, Russ Rowland, Jonathon Da- 
vis, Darryl Foshee, Stephen Watkins, John Lady, 
Rob Carter, Jimmy Compton, Steve Barton, A! 
Causey. FIFTH ROW: John Stone, Cindy Hogg, 
Martha Kay, Tim Moser, Stuart Latimer, Ken 
Birchfield, David Christopher, Toby Woodard, 
Frances Longino, Dan Grover, Scott Sprouse, 
Beth Glasgow, Jane Efird. SIXTH ROW: Richard 
Lambert, Jay Boccabello, Charles Murray, Bill 



Rogers, Jeff Swett. Scott Moore, Scott Andrews, 
Kenny Wilkinson, Kenan Dickerson, Tony Jones, 
Craig Cox, Dave Kitts, Ron Hyatt, Jim Geiger, 
David Phillips, Don Betts, Bob Bryant, Amy Foy, 
Marty Martin, Susan Mauterer. BACK ROW: 
Jonathon White, Mike Sherburne, Wells Whaley, 
Steven MacDonald, Bud Shevick, William Buck, 
Glenn Pritchard, Tommy Campbell, Bill Barlage, 
Brian Beard, James Fleming, Jeff Holt, David 
Moore, Brad Jones, Kent Jenkins. 




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LATTER DAY SAINTS 
STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

FRONT ROW: Beth Neal, Teri Hart. SECOND 
ROW: Robin Price. Christy Smith, Anne Leland. 
BACK ROW: Talbert Black, Tom Baldwin. 




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BENGAL BABES 
(Group 1) 

FRONT ROW: Jane Hokie, Allyson O'Steen, 
Tracy Babb, Trini Sherman, Francine Brooks. 
SECOND ROW: Marvelyn George, Beth Ann 
Meissner, Carolvn Tempel, Meredith Webb, Lori 
Babb, Dawn Bohanan. THIRD ROW: Dawn 
Bellis. Kellye Whitaker, Kelly Williams, Suzanne 
McLellan, Lisa Sposato, Kimberly Kaercher, 
Susan Martin. BACK ROW: Renee Heinlein, 
Jacqueline Dent, Wendy Balz (Committee 
Chairman), Veronica Roseborough, Beth Phillips, 
Nicole Spain. 



BENGAL BABES 
(Group 2) 

FRONT ROW: Ann Harris (Advisor), Kerri 
Kirkley, Carolyn Burton, Patricia Scott, Kim 
Nesmith. SECOND ROW: Terry Ring, Denise 
Benjamin, Courtney Garner, Garynne Wiggins. 
THIRD ROW: Elaine Wike, Margaret Johnson, 
Kim Goforth, Jacqueline Levy. BACK ROW: 
Kristin Prey, Jennifer Kucer, Leona Forrest, 
Yolanda Gant. 





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CENTRAL SPIRIT 
(Group 1) 

FRONT ROW: Bill Bisese, Tonya Spratley, 
Susan Blackwood, Heather Stilwell, Derek 
Dittner, Todd Pigeon (Basketball Chairman), 
Teri Eul, Cristina Kindelain, Susan Mauterer. 
SECOND ROW: Kim Aquino, Aimee Wilson, Jeff 
Henrie, Jeff Lewis, Mandy Hays, Paul Vucish, 
Cathv Sams, Ashleyann Clement, Renee Conte, 
Laurie Procopio, Ed Bell. THIRD ROW: Bryan 
Estes, Marian Houseal. Tanner Doggett, Anica 
Holtzendorff (Facepainting Chairman), Lori 
Brookshire, Jenni Leaphart (Swimming/Golf 
Chairman), Lucy Harris, Kelly Smith, Robin 
Dunlap, Sara Puffenbarger, Sarah Penick. BACK 
ROW: Susan Arnold, Karin Wagner, Becky 
Weaver, David Whorton, Elizabeth Duncan, 
Cathy Lewis, Caroline Lundy, Kristy Goist, 
Christine Witzig, Heather Clipson. 



CENTRAL SPIRIT 

(Group 2) 

FRONT ROW: Suzanne Mitchell (Chairman of 
Sales), Scott Ruzycki, Charlie Pledger (Chairman 
of Distribution), Kimberly Noble, Bryan Finch, 
Al Cothran. Lisa Smith, Leeanne Duckworth, 
Tampa Marchant, Kelly Cox. SECOND ROW: 
Kenneth Lee, Barney Smith, Christy Gulick, 
Annette Blakely (Chairman of Pep Rallies/Bal- 
loons), Jennifer Ledbetter, Lisa Beyer, Kathy 
LeBar, Kellev Retter, Aurelia Watson. THIRD 
ROW: Melinda Riley, Leigh Walker, Ellen Olden, 
Michael Ikeler, Christina Emich, Melissa 
Faulkner, Ann Pollard, Cathy Schraibman 
(Chairman Baseball/Wrestling), Kathy Fipp, 
Beth Emory, James Kegg. FOURTH ROW: Mary 
Anne McDonald, Andrea Hucks, Herbie Hames, 
Michelle Morabito, Mike Ferguson, Mike Hill, 
Brad Wilson, Bobbitt Jenkins, Tonja Drake, 
Bridget Ryan. BACK ROW: Mary Burns, Eric 
Manske (Graphics Chairman), Joe Nelson, 
Robbie Banks, Jeff Duckworth (Social Chair- 
man), Pat Quarles, Brian Mosrie, Gunter 
Langston, Ben Crowder, Jay Barber. 



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FRONT ROW: Robbie Banks (First Friday), 
Mary Burns (Secretary), Pat Quarles (President), 
Barney Smith (Treasurer), Bryan Finch (Spirit). 
SECOND ROW: Kim Aquino (Sales), Ben 
Crowder (Homecoming), Kelly Smith (Basket- 
ball), Al Cothran (Vice President), Andrea Hucks 
(Spirit Blitz). BACK ROW: Michael Ikeler (Spirit 
Blitz), Kelly Cox (Communications), Jennifer 
Ledbetter (Non-revenue Director). 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 
CHEERLEADERS 

FRONT ROW: Lisa Miller, Beth Clayton, Carrie 
Conrad, Shannon Christopher, Stephanie Bowie. 
BACK ROW: Brock Thomas, Andy Beckworth, 
Kevin Ritchie, Christian MacMillan, Dan Wyatt 
(Captian). CENTER: Rudy Gill (Tiger). 



VARSITY 
CHEERLEADERS 

FRONT ROW: "Tiger" Martin Lowry. BACK 
ROW: Gordy Farr (Captain), Trisha Redding, 
John Schelbe, Sheri Parsons, Mac Carr, Mary 
Beth Poole, Brad McFall, Susan Nanney, Tripp 
Ballard, Amy Pitts, Todd Ritchie, Janine 
Johnson, Jay Hannah, Beth Childress, Jeff 
Schwartz. 




MAT CATS 



FRONT ROW: Shannon Mehaffey, Anne Clark. 
SECOND ROW: Amy Wilson, Sandy Tippett, 
Debbie Martin.BACK ROW: Courtney Crowell, 
Julie Swartz. 



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MATCH MATES 

FRONT ROW: Cindy Hague, Rhonda Kirby, 
Shannon Rice.MIDDLE ROW: Lesly Kalons, 
Sharon Lisa Harris, Sharon Bailes, Sara 
Schommer.BACK ROW: Melinda Bird, Lisa 
Beyer. Jodia Smith, Mary Stuart Borom, 
Catherine Burriss, Christie Forshee, Kathy 
Dabkowski, Kristin Palmer, Laura Chlopecki, 
Kandi Castles. 



RALLY CATS 

INSIDE V: Andrea Hunt, Noel Stipp, Jayne 
Heckert, Jenny Alcott, Diane Utz, Kimberly 
Thonen(Uniform Chairman), Jeni Timbes, Mary 
Grady. OUTSIDE V: Tami Smith, Kristen 
Ruais(Co-Captain), Sue Dipple, Eboo Cole, Lisa 
Agner, Staci Heiden, Haven Long(Captain). 




TIGER BELLES 

FRONT ROW: Missy Williams, Paige Alewine, 
Stacey Singleton, Tanya Avery, Anese Glover, 
Christy Long.BACK ROW: Junelle Lathem, 
Rosalind Shaw, Adrienne Felder. 



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student Government 



The primary purpose of Clemson's 
Student Government was to serve stu- 
dents and they accomplished that in a 
number of different ways. 

First, Student Government placed 
many Clemson students on University 
committees and commissions. These 
committees and commissions were poli- 
cy-making bodies and by having stu- 
dent representation, the communica- 
tion gap between students and 
administration was eliminated. 

Student" Government also sponsored 
activities such as Expo — a career day 
exposition with over 50 company repre- 
sentatives; Organizations Day — an op- 
portunity for all organizations to pre- 
sent themselves to the student body; 
Homecoming Pageant, Leadership 
Conference, an Olympic fundraiser and 
many other events. 

Student government served the stu- 
dents in other ways too. They provided 
all of the copiers found on campus, the 
shuttles to and from the student park- 
ing lots and the rental refrigerators 
available to students. 

Besides all this, Student Government 
provided students the opportunity to 
become involved in many activities. 
This involvement helped students de- 
velop their inter-personal communica- 
tion skills and prepared them for life 
after college 



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from other schools in Washington, DC. 



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FRONT ROW: Johnny Prugh, Carrie Hilborn, 
Louis Elzoghbi, Steven Chapman, Marcus Moore, 
David Bennett, Aubrey Harrell, Michelle Toney, 
Ed Pennebaker, Richard Nicholson, Melanie 
Swann, Julie Leonard. ALSO: Activities/Organi- 
zations, PR/Communications, Research and De- 
velopment, International Student Council, Greek 
Liasion, Minority Council, Elections, Junior Staff 
and Treasurer's Staff Committees. 




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LEGISLATURE 

FRONT ROW: Ronald Hyatt (Housing), Skip 
Kirsch (Traffic and Grounds). Donald Hayden 
(Judiciary Chairman), Jacqueline Davis (Organi- 
zations), Cindy Hogg (Clerk), Jeff Holt (Presi- 
dent), Donna Earls (President Pro-Temp), 
Leeanna Black (Secretary), Dennis Kekas (Aca- 
demic Affairs), Lee Moore (Food and Health), 
Graham Phillips (General Affairs), Jay League 
(Athletic Affairs). SECOND ROW: Betsy 
Blanchard. Jane McLachlan, Carrie Mountain, 
Ellen Boozer, Connie LeGrand, Sarah Penick, 
Electa Eaddv. Michael Quattlebaum, Richard 
Nicholson (Vice-President). THIRD ROW: 
Elizabeth Kirchner, Leigh Walker, Jill Salansky, 
Kay Allison, Patti Mentrach, Amanda Burton, 
Ernie Kutulas. Brien Cozart. FOURTH ROW: 
Sonya Stewart. Robin Seabrook, Ashley Edwards, 
Tammy Black, Trey Wills, Chris Kimes, Bryan 
Couzens, Keith Walker, Paul Stephenson. 
FOURTH ROW: Mandy Morton. Kelly Malone, 
Shannon Nobles, Mauldin Avinger, Ken Shell. 
Tobv Woodard, Scott Bell, Russell Rowland. 
BAC:K ROW: David Mitchell, Jeff Dishner, 
Richard Hodgkiss, Candice Hinze, Tad Farris, 
David Thomas, William McGill (Parliamentari- 
an), George Bell. 



JUDICIAL BRANCH 

FRONT ROW: Judith Molnar (Attorney Gener- 
al), Melanie Swann(STRB Director"). Kelly 
Bunch. (Chief Legal Advisor), Donna Bircher 
(Chief Legal Advisor), Walt Duffie (Trial Court 
Chairman), Kenny Crowder, (Supreme Court). 
SECOND ROW: Chris Whitlock, Joe Andrews, 
Lisa Leach, Ruth Anne Glasgow, Nancy King, 
Amy McDermott, Heidi Tribbett.THIRD ROW: 
Spencer Slattery. Jack Duffie, Gigi Shields, 
Bryan Welch, Catherine Derrick, Leeanna Black. 
FOURTH ROW: Peter Hausmann (Legal Advi- 
sor), Bill Hautley. Chris Harte, Drummond 
Sharp, Jonathan Felger, Aubrey Harrell, Reyna 
Manteghi, Matthew Wilson.BACK ROW: Bryan 
Estes, Bill Curvey, Martin Bjowtegard, Mary- 
Anne Bolchoz, Douglas Robinson, Lannie 
Marbut, Ravi Puri, William Luce. 



CABINET 

FRONT ROW: Judy Molnar (Attorney General), 
Michelle Toney (Research and Development), 
Melanie Swann (Executive Assistant), Carrie 
Hilborn (PR/Communications Director). SEC- 
OND ROW: Richard Nicholson (Student Body 
Vice-President), Aubrey Harrell (Student Ser- 
vices Director), Johnny Prugh (Student Body 
Treasurer). BACK ROW: David Bennett (Activi- 
ties/Organizations), Grant Burns (Student Body 
President), Jeff Holt (Student Senate President). 




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CHRONICLE 

FRONT ROW: Jack Welsh, Mike Lusk, Molly 
Donalson.SECOND ROW: Trevor Bauknight, 
Skelly Holmbeck, Mattee Watson, Bill Vereen, 
Kitty Flynn, Joe Smith, Laurin Wise.BACK 
ROW: Tom Meares, Tara Eisenhour, Michael 
Doyle, Shannon Coley. 



TAPS JUNIOR STAFF 

FRONT ROW: Marlene Laguitan, Dawn 
Houston, Christina Chapman, Tracy Hucheson. 
BACK ROW: Amy Nelson, Srivaths Srinivasan, 
Susan Wright. 



THE TIGER 

FRONT ROW: Bill Harmon, Allison Cureton, 
Bob Ellis, Kim Norton, Alicia Mattison, Suzanne 
Schmidt.BACK ROW: Angle Coffman, Betty 
Mathews, Andrew Cauthen, Mark Schoen, Brian 
Arldt, Tommy Ingram, Jennifer Brown. 




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WSBF 

FRONT ROW: Michael Doyle, Noel Eldridge, 
Darci Stratton (Jazz Director), "Safety First" 
Gregory. BACK ROW: Shag, Curt "3M TA3" 
Wells, Kevin Meath, Dave "That Engineering 
Kina Guy" Williams, Joe Seegars, Dan "Not 
Kurt" Russell, Pete McKinney, Derek Larsen, 
Scott Sullivan, Alan Ridgeway, Bill Menichillo, 
Michael Webb, Rob Seay (The Durk), John 
Sanders, Jeff Hall, Jeff Karmilovich. 



WSBF SENIOR STAFF 

FRONT ROW: Jeanne Jacoby (Business Direc- 
tor), Robert Holling (Production Director), David 
Williams (Engineering Director), Chris Costello 
(Promotions Director), Scott Rice (Assistant En- 
gineering Director), Heather Parmenter (Pro- 
gram Director). 



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AMATEUR RADIO CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Ajay Desai, Greg Lesley, Randy 
Kaufman. BACK ROW: Satya Ahuja, E.G. 
Boggess, Jim Dunlap, Ted Sims (Secretary /Trea- 
surer), Randall Nealy (President). 



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DIXIE SKYDIVERS 

FRONT ROW: John Adair, John Robinson, 
Marcella Haile, Linda Menenette, Julie Carney, 
Larry Leffler, Elizabeth Johnson, Tim Elsea, Bob 
McKennel, Rob Heubel, Darryl Mackey, Kirk 
Hawkins, Ron Guidry, David Robinson, Mike 
Bridgewood. 



GYMNASTICS CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Lynn Boggs (Coach), Frances 
Wheeler, Tammy Hale, Kim Lloyd, Shawn 
Sullivan. SECOND ROW: Mike Gleaton (Presi- 
dent), Vicki Nelson, Angle Rivers, Dawn Ellen 
Kirkland (Vice President), Tracy Adler (Sec- 
retary/Treasurer), Kelli Rogan. BACK ROW: 
Scott Slayback (Coach), Scott Morrison, Carl 
Thompson, Nelson Johnson, Sean Chartier. 



RUGBY CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Kelley Mire, Keith "Candyman" 
Barker, Brad •'Possum" Tomlinson, Luke 
"Straightjacket" Jackson, Derek Whodat, Mike 
"Blank" Blankenship, Jim "JK" Kelley. SEC- 
OND ROW: Reed Sisson, Mike "Mo" Tinsley, 
Dan Kinney. Don Greer, Joe "Dad" Lyday, 
Richard Thomas, Roy "Flash" Oldaker. BACK 
ROW: Mike "Jalopy" Jufreida, Doug "Jumbo" 
Hudson, Andrew Carnegie, Hal Hawisher, Mike 
Minion, John Drosnock, Erik "Snowman" Snow, 
Jim Meeks, Max Imum. 



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SAILING CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Julie Swartz (Fleet Captain), 
Leah Valdez, Susan Gorman (Commodore), 
Heather Leigh, Emily Tedrow, Vincent Colanbel, 
Amy Zehfus (Social Chairman), Kelly 
Henderson. SECOND ROW: William Craig 
(Fleet Captain), Kenny Pitser (Fleet Captain), 
Debbie Hopkins (Secretary), Monica McCachren, 
Tina Handles (Business Manager), Robert 
Siudzinski (Fleet Captain, Team), Kenneth 
Faig, Bob McLaughlin. BACK ROW: Jimbo 
Kicklighter (Vice Commodore), Bill Starcher 
(Fleet Captain), Rob Maharrey (Fleet 
Captain), Peter Hausmann, Jay Ankers, Dennis 
Connor, Tommy Ingram (Alumni Chairman), 
Jack Golden (Maintenance Chairman). 



SAILING CLUB 
(Senior Staff) 

FRONT ROW: Tina Handles (Treasurer), Debbie 
Hopkins (Secretary), Jimbo Kicklighter (Vice 
Commodore), Susan Gorman (Commodore), Em 
Tedrow (Fleet Captain), Jay Ankers (Fleet Cap- 
tain), Jack Golden (Maintenance Chairman), 
Amy Zehfuss (Social Chairman), William Craig 
(Fleet Captain), Ken Potser (Fleet Captain), 
Robert Siudzinski (Fleet Captain), Rob Maharrey 
(Fleet Captain), Julie Swartz (Fleet Captain), 
Tommy Ingram (Alumni Chairman). 




TAE KWON DO 

FRONT ROW: Charlotte Owens, Ginny Hare, 
Julia Sisk, Melissa Adcock, Mandy Moak. 
SECOND ROW: Marty Mauldin, Joseph Scholz, 
David Burg, Greg Gandy, Tim Barilovits. BACK 
ROW: Jack Golden, Paul Coffrey, Philip Mishoe, 
Tom Barilovits (Assistant Instructor), Ken 
Richardson (Assistant Instructor), Richard 
Shaluly (Instructor). 



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WATER SKI CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Bill Tumblin (Vice-President), 
Padget Johnson (Treasurer), Dale Hardy, Gail 
Selleg, Kirk Hawkins, Mark Parish, Suzanne 
Shuler, Danny Robinson(Projects Manager), 
John Cox, Scott Snape (President). 



WHITEWATER CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Gwynne Kinley, Bart Christner 
(Vice-President), SkeUy Holmbeck, Linda 
Menhennett. SECOND ROW: Kert Huggins 
(President), Steve Dobson, Mike O'Rourke 
(Equipment Manager), Ginny Hare.BACK ROW: 
Pete Lucie, Dave Beachler, Michelle Warfford 
(Treasurer), Jon Hayes, Dave English. 



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AFTER SIX SINGERS 

FRONT ROW: Mark Jessie, Paula Harris, Cathy 
Roby, Susan Brown, Barbara Anderson, Tammy 
Tant, Julie Herring, Donna Reeves, Lynn 
Scoggins. BACK ROW: Dennis Kekas, Roman 
Woodall, Brad Wardlaw, Andrew Porio, Jeff 
Kerbow, George Dowling, Ted Munn, Mark Long, 
Lynn Thornton, Bill Pepper, Russ Smith, Brian 
Sullivan. 



CLEMSON PLAYERS 

FRONT ROW: Mark Hodgdon, Shawn Gerwig. 
SECOND ROW: Angeline Ulmer, Little Jimmy 
Morion, Mark "Cytoplasmaniac-v.p." Charney, 
Gwynne Kinley, Beth Lash (Vice-President), 
Leigh Newnam (Popular Demand . . g.a.), Kelly 
Jo (Lites Are On) Brown. THIRD ROW: Special 
Appearance by Matthew Turner, Troy Weakley, 
Judith "Just Say No" Molnar, Robin Roberts 
(Faculty Advisor and All Around Good Guy), 
And Little Ole Me Daniel Pitre, Merrie Jo Pitera 
(President), Susie Spear (Assistant Publicity). 
BACK ROW: Andy Mills, Terry Reckling, Jackie 
Davis (Business Manager), Michael McGurrin, 
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GOSPEL CHOIR 

FRONT ROW: Tami Hamlin, Sonya Gomillion, 
Rosalind Shaw, Tameka Edwards, Tonya 
Spratley, Katrina Washington, Stephanie Bell, 
Wendy Smalls, Donna Joyner, Tomiko Smalls. 
SECOND ROW: Brigitte Green, Sara Roberson, 
Derrick Brown, Daon Johnson, Evangeline 
Dickerson, Derrick Summers, Alicia Hilton, 
Bennie Gaskins, Randy Coleman, Rudy Rowell, 
Darlene Samuel, Sabrina White, Denise Johnson, 
Kim Lebby. BACK ROW: Gina Poston, Cassie 
Hough, Connie Rolinson, Tara Walker, Darrell 
Williams, Curtis McKenzie, Denise Benjamin, 
Ronnie Robinson, Cleveland Britton, Tracy 
Grant, Kevin Robinson, Michelle Samuel, Sandra 
Jones, Danita Gibson, Marilvn Pearson. 



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BASKETBALL 
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JAZZ ENSEMBLE 

SAXOPHONES: Mark Biering, Kevin Hawkins, 
Scott Baker, Ted Sims, Carrie Bamert. TROM- 
BONES: Michael Daly, Ronnie Metts, James 
Davis. TRUMPETS: Craig Bevier, Russell 
Swaney, Rich Ciuca, David Weinberger. 
RHYTHM: Markus Emmessman, David Sprouse, 
Chip Schaible, Davie Shull. EQUIPMENT 
MANAGER: Paul Keisler. DIRECTOR: Rich 
Goodstein. 



SYMPHONIC BAND 

(Brass) 

FRONT ROW: Amy Arthur, Chris Lynch, David 
Jillson, Bill Pitman, Rich Ciuca, Rhonda 
Dickerson, Marty Graves, Eva Nance. SECOND 
ROW: Michelle Wagner, Julie Moore, Michael 
Green, Eric Manske, Bill Powell, Michael 
Townsend, James Klett, Maureen Maney. 
THIRD ROW: Steve Hall, Sandy Christmus, 
Bruce Jordan, James Simpson, Billy Stein, James 
Davis, Jim Kimbrell, Guy Meader, Harold 
Barnette, Paul Albert, Marguerite McClam. 
BACK ROW: Sean Mann, Edward Rast, Billy 
Tidwell, Bill Florian, Michael Sullivan. 




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(Woodwinds) 

FRONT ROW: Carrie Bamert, Kris Williams, 
Tonya Schnau, Janice Stinecipher, Laura Davis, 
Julie Arnold, Lara Levi. SECOND ROW: 
Stephan Schwarz, David Price, Mamye 
Alexander, Glenn Schuffenhauer, Renee 
VanBuren, Kristine Nocht, Kelley Kemmerer, 
Jennifer Brown, Dorothv Villanueva. THIRD 
ROW: Todd Tillotson,' Paul Keisler, Gene 
Wilson. Mac Oxford. Ted Sims, Brian Curtis. 
Chris Hurlebaus. BACK ROW: Darryn 
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TIGER BAND 

(Baritones) 

FRONT ROW: Jean Smith, Paul Albert, John 
Ballentine, Michael Frazier, Tim Cook, Robert 
Carter, Marguerite McClam. 



TIGER BAND 

(Clarinets) 

FRONT ROW: Dawn Corley, Susan Moore, 
DeAnne Fisher, Michelle Kirkland, Beth Pruitt, 
Penni Black, Jami Dills. SECOND ROW: Dawn 
Townsend, Dorothy Villanueva, Kris Nocht, 
Marie Rogers, Tvra Williams. Teresa Daughertv, 
Beth Byars, Jan Davis. THIRD ROW: Chris 
Hurlebaus, Mamye Alexander, Marie Davis, Dave 
Brown, Diane Marcellas, Glenn Schuffenhauer, 
Ralph Way. BACK ROW: Pete Menner, David 
Price, Steve Lothridge. 



TIGER BAND 
(Percussion) 

FRONT ROW: Chris Wood, Angeiine Ulmer, 
Todd Turner, Linda Hoffman, Pat Lustig, Joe 
Hudson, Andy Welchel. SECOND ROW: Scott 
Mims, Susan Lampe, Amv Arthur, Kris Williams, 
Matt Payne, Michelle Wagner. THIRD ROW: 
Ronda Tuck, Steve Hall. Scott Tillotson, Jimmy 
Wallace, Michael Sullivan. Douglass Key. Jimmy 
Clanin, Joel Winchip. FOURTH ROW: Sean 
Mann, Laura Caldwell, Mark Biering, Barney 
Derrick. FIFTH ROW: James Simpson, Chuck 
Allen, Andy Thomas. BACK ROW: Sandy 
Christmus, Allen Nauright. 



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TIGER BAND 
(Piccolos) 

FRONT ROW: Rachel Campbell, Amy Ericson, 
Chandra Davis, Julie Arnold, Anne Townley, 
Laurin Galley. SECOND ROW: Hope Cauthen, 
Sandy Graves, Sarah Goad, Allison Foster, 
Jennifer Brooks, Belinda Oglesby. THIRD ROW: 
Lara Levi, Cynthia Facelli, Jennifer Kramer, 
Jody Greene, Libby Dennis, Laura Holleman, Stu 
Borom. BACK ROW: Clyde Calhoun, Robin 
Heinkin, Darrell Williams. 



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TIGER BAND 

(Alto Saxophones) 



FRONT ROW: Don Lusk, Debbie McFalls, 
Stephanie Facelli, Scott McMillan, Jeffrey 
Boatman, Tony Behrens, Fred Jones, Mike 
Connelly, Scott Baker. SECOND ROW: Brian 
Ellis, John Greenwood, Clay Shackelford, Mamie 
Malphrus, Rachel Guffey, Julie Hanvey, Rhoda 
Redding, Kate Myrick, David Haseldon. BACK 
ROW: Chris Grace, Rick Kelso, Gene Wilson, 
Kevin Hawkins, Jerome Jackson, Ian Bailey, 
Mike Guffey, Chris Behrens, Mark Gilbert, Paul 
Keisler, Chip Rauch. 



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TIGER BAND 

(Tenor Saxophones) 

FRONT ROW: Richard Swygert, Jeff Beatman, 
Chip Schaible, Don Lusk, Chris Grace, Scott 
McMillan, Carole Smith. 



TIGER BAND 

(Sousaphones) 

FRONT ROW: Billy Tidwell, Chris Beuthien. 
Erik Stockham. BACK ROW: Terry Flippo, Billy 
Farmer, Sean Chartier, Ed Rast, David 
Fernandez, Db Rast, Derek Chastain, Shawn 
McNabb, John Adams. 



TIGER BAND 
(Trombones) 



FRONT ROW: Ronnie Metts, Guy Meador, 
Tracey Davis, Kelly Harrleson, Harold Barnette, 
Calvin Pennington. SECOND ROW: Tim Wilbur, 
Kirk Neilson, Chad Clardy, Brian Grant, Tracy 
VanNunnery, Tony Wilson. BACK ROW: Tim 
Kimbrell, Bruce Jordan, James Davis, Billy 
Stein, Richard Mullinax, Jason Wiggers. 



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TIGER BAND 
(Twirler) 

Shannon Fogle 



TIGER BAND 

(Trumpets) 

Calvin Clamp, Marty Graves, Brian Guy, Carl 
Brown, Scott Mayfield, Steve Odom, David 
Dausch, Glenn Pritchard, Bill Pitman, James 
Nicholson, Jeff Porter, Fred Wich, Rich Ciuca, 
Tee Roper, Bill Purkerson, Greg Baker, Ed Lotts,' 
Diane Hastings, Jeff Schmersal, Bennie Gaskins, 
Steve Aldrich, Tony Culbertson, Eva Nance, 
Davie Shull, Carl Thompson, Amy Austin, Carol 
Cochran, David Weinberger, David Jillson, 
Russell Swaney, Chris Lynch, Paul Sanders. 




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TIGER BAND 
(Flag Corps) 

FRONT ROW: Melissa Robinson, Dawn 

Davidson. Laura Davis, Paige Hudson, Ivey 

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Wilbanks. Robyn Grosjean, Mary Hall Terr! 

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Taylor, Margo Nowlin, Natalie Decker, Tracey 
Clark. Julie Price, James Lysaght. 



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TIGER BAND 
(Drum Majors) 

Deanna Taylor, Billy Baker 




TIGER BAND 
(Equipment Managers) 



FRONT ROW: Carol Suber, Barbara Lustig. 
BACK ROW: Jerry Greenhill, Sam Clardy, Scott 
Hawkins, Eric Barnett. 




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MADRIGAL SINGERS 

FRONT ROW: Mike Jackson, Vickie Morats, 
Tim Kudlock, Wanda Connelly, Shawn Ying, 
Donna Carmichael, Ted Munn, Amanda Batson. 
BACK ROW: Chris Tindall, Pete Lamble, Jodi 
Harris, Jeff Kerbow, Carol Friend, Mark Jessie, 
Sonia Morrow, Mark Long, George Dowling. 




UNIVERSITY CHORUS 



FRONT ROW: Kelley Manderscheid, Carol 
Friend, Darron Barksdale, Gregg Branham, Amy 
Kieran, Darci Stratton, Kim Pace, Mark Long 
(Secretary), Robert Carter, Amanda Batson, Tim 
Kudlock, Mark Jessie (Director), Gail Odell, 
Ellen Gresham, Bob Arnold, Wally DesChamps, 
Donna Carmichael, Andrea Brooks, Rand Wilson, 
David Thomas, Martha Fifer, Ted Munn (Accom- 
panist). SECOND ROW: Alice Travis, Vickie 
Morats, Dennis Kekas, Jeff Kerbow, Barbara 
Anderson, Tanya Josey, Melanie Evatt, Eddie 
Case, Wanda Connelly, Kim Murray, Tony 



Counts, Wrennie Love, Vicki Nelson, Julie 
Junkin, Lynn Scoggins (Social Chairman), 
Jennifer Textor, Pete Lamble, Russ Smith, 
Lynn Davis, Jodi Harris, Rodney Cummings, 
Chris Everhart, Lisa Smith. THIRD ROW: Patty 
Myers, Dawn Anderson, Scott Thompson, Jamie 
Barth, Will DuBose, Jeff Cummings, Martha 
Fainberg, Jonathan Williams, Andrzej Wilczak, 
Betsy Newton, Jenni Leaphart, Jill Taylor, 
Margaret Steele, Cindy Walker, Mike Jackson, 
Andrew Porio (President), Chris Tindall, Elaine 
Clegg, Tammy Tant (Treasurer). BACK ROW: 



Mayme Tomlinson, Corinna May, Kevin Motyka, 
Matt Turner, Sonia Morrow (Programs/Publi- 
city), Lauren Hendericks, Henry Miller, Brian 
Curtis, Caroline Werntz, Sheri Schurlknight, Jim 
Hennessey, Benny Benton, Angel Newell, Beth 
Kicklighter, Brad Wardlaw, Therese Roby, 
Michele Roby, Doug Stanton, Nancy Kelley, 
Mary Lee, Reggie Latimer, Chan Bulgin, Sandy 
Belue, Andrea Lister, Jennifer Stikeleather, 
Vickie DeSanctis, Kelly Brown. 



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ACCOUNTING CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Melissa Albertson, Jabeen Sange, 
Barbara Jones (Vice President), Anne Marie 
Hanna (President). Angela Hutto, Tammv 
Collins. SECOND ROW: Scott Reichard, Pam 
Brown, Cheri Kaplan, Lisa Padgett, France 
L'Herault. BACK ROW: Dr. V.D.R. Guide (Advi- 
sor). Aubrey Harrell, Randy Fisher (Secretary), 
Robert Elmore, Ellen Uptegrove, Rhonda 
Burton. 




AGRICULTURAL 
COUNCIL 

FRONT ROW: Laura Thomas, Dawn Anderson. 
SECOND ROW: Hugh Smith, Liz Kirchner, 
Rebecca Rickenbacker (Chairman), Lynne 
Newton, Sam McGregor (Secretary/Treasurer). 
BACK ROW: Nathan Smith, Chris Rawl, Thad 
Williams, Emory Holsonback, Scott Bryant (Vice 
Chairman) Craig Ellison. 



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AGRICULTURAL 
ECONOMICS CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Nathan Smith, Thad Williams 
(President), Dawn Anderson (Secretary/Trea- 
surer), Frank Rice (Ag-Council Representative), 
Tyron Williams. SECOND ROW: Chalmers 
Mikell, Jimmy Nicholson, Craig Rainey, John 
Gnauthom. BACK ROW: Greg Clary (Advisor), 
Tim Le Martin, David Martin, Buddy 
Richardson, Byron Williams. 



AGRONOMY CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Greg Monnett, Liz Kirchner 

(President), Glen Mayer. BACK ROW: James 

Jones, 

Emory Holsonback (Vice-President). 



J AMERICAN CERAMIC 
■ SOCIETY 

FRONT ROW: Deana Cosmadelis, Veronica 
Moon, Stephanie Wise, Keehna Frasier, Michele 
Bittner, Lou Ann Clary. BACK ROW; Karen 
Yates, Jeffrey Tacca, Thomas Poole (Vice Presi- 
dent), Kevin Clark, Wesley Smith, Michael 
Brooks, Amy Bagwell (Secretary), Alan Pope, 
Edward Rast, Harv Rettbert, Clifford Hubbard, 
Dean Chapman, Kelvin McAlister. BACK ROW: 
Ken Fosaaen (President), Martin Magnus (Trea- 
surer), Scott Haley, Curt Mayes, Darren Rogers. 



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AMERCIAN INSTITUTE 

OF ARCHITECTURE 

STUDENTS (4th Year) 

FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Morton, Matt Taylor, 
Mike Edison, Jimmv Wilhide, Curtis McKenzie, 
Rick Bynum. SECOND ROW: Eddie Bello, Jeff 
Dishner, Keith Couch, Ashley Klutz, Steve 
Brucker. THIRD ROW: Rob Seal, Eric Matthews, 
Mike Donkle. Doug Whitney, Charles Hardee. 
BACK ROW: Rich Shaluly, John Edwards, Clay 
Shackleford, Steve Denton, Steven Davis, Chris 
Demeter, Scott Roberts. 



AIAS 
(3rd Year) 

FRONT ROW: Scott Bell, Julie Eldridge, Russell 
Anderson, Janet Robertson, Elizabeth Terry. 
Juleen Russell, Edel Mobley. SECOND ROW: 
Beth Lee, Steve Foster, Steve Aldrich, Bill 
Zehrung, Stephanie Poole, Glen Bule. BACK 
ROW: Scott Sullivan, John Handley. 




AIAS 
(1st and 2nd Year) 



FRONT ROW: Jim McConnell, Jayne Polk, Sara 
Hargreaves, John Morris, Steve Roy, Steve 
Jaworski, Warren McCutchen, Leslie Ward, 
Kristen Gruber, Mela Goffi, Tracy Bradshaw. 
SECOND ROW: Nancy Lesto, Becky Rogers, 
Dandy Maybry, Dave Ware, Rich Richardson, 
Jon Ross, Craig Cox, Amanda Cheek, Laura 
Klein, Alan Albach. THIRD ROW: Brooks 
Harlowe, Cathy Diamond, Amanda Johnson, 
Catie Shanks, Jim Geiger, Keith Gilstrap, Kim 
Cribb, Dawn Bellis. BACK ROW: Brian Sturkie, 
Glen Wollenhaupt, Susan Wright, Christa 
Schmitz, Angie Willimon, Eric Bellecanech, Tim 
Vaccaro, Jim Daniels. 



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AMERICAN INSTITUTE 

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERS 

FRONT ROW: Janet Morgan, Jennifer Ailshie 
(Secretary), Nancy Chaddick, Tracy Goode. SEC- 
OND ROW: Adam Wade, Wally McDonald, Mark 
Overstreet, Glenn Walters, John Sacks. BACK 
ROW: Rich Wilkes, Bryan Stegall, Austin 
Devaney (President). 



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AMERICAN MARKETING 
ASSOCIATION 

FRONT ROW: Jane Kassis (Treasurer), Holly 
Gaston. Heidi Marshall (Public Relation Officer), 
Wendy Dempsey, Kristie Lynch, Cathy Lewis, 
Linda Baver. SECOND ROW: Michael" Adcock, 
Julie Wissing (Vice-President), Rhonda 
Wigington, Angela Quarles, Cathy Schraibman, 
Sandra Clamp, Anastassia Romano, Todd Pigeon 
(President). THIRD ROW: Susan Hoysa (Secre- 
tary), Dana Stinson, Allison Alvarez, Cathy Page, 
Lisa Smart, Amy Warren, Shannon Melton. 
BACK ROW: Stephen Grove (Advisor), Jack 
Marshall. Scott Morris, Robbie Banks, Kevin 
Lee, Scott Andrews, Xavier Alexander. 



AMERICAN PRODUCTION 

AND INVENTORY 

CONTROL SOCIETY 

FRONT ROW: Lynn Martin, Darla Long (Secre- 
tary/Treasurer). SECOND ROW: Don Chaka, 
Cheryl Soehnlin, Larrv LaForge (Faculty Advi- 
sor). BACK ROW: Todd Pack, Brian Bennett, 
Jay Coleman (Vice-President). 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 

MECHANICAL 

ENGINEERS 

FRONT ROW: Holly Morton (Treasurer), Jarma 
Smith (Secretary), Sharon Reece (President), 
Sharlene Kleinman. BACK ROW: Ernie Kutulas, 
Scott Willis, Mark Van Alstine, Russell Brown, 
William Novak. 




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AMERICAN SOCIETY OF 
SAFETY ENGINEERS 

FRONT ROW: Kerry Foster (Vice-President), 
Patti Larsen (Treasurer), Kristan Baskin. BACK 
ROW: Donna Metts, Christine Trask. Lisa Aresco 
(Secretary), Timothy Hunt (President). 



AMERICAN SOCIETY 

FOR PERSONNEL 

ADMINISTRATION 

FRONT ROW: Chelle Ciemensen, Christine 
Witzig. Julie Lesley (President), Betsy Barcus, 
(Vice-President). BACK ROW: Linda Foster, 
Mike Goodrich (Secretary), Tommy Martin, 
Maureen Jennings. 




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Nelon very obviously pose for a picture at 
Beaux Arts. (Is this good enough, 
Michael?) 



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BIOCHEMISTRY CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Debbie Brandy (President), 
Jennifer Frick, Lorenzo Sampson (Secretary), 
James Zimmerman (Advisor), Paul lacono, Heidi 
Adam (Treasurer). 



BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE 
CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Susan Kearse (Vice-President), 
Bill Harmon (Treasurer), Krista Barrier. SEC- 
OND ROW: Seritha Counts, Gil Gregory, Penny 
Rice, Angela Davis. BACK ROW: Tracy Gaskin, 
Ed Bell, Darrell Holland (President), Gwynne 
Kinley. 







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BLOCK AND BRIDLE 
(Group 1) 

FRONT ROW: Chandra Davis, Carol Bennett, 
Charles Phillips, Lisa Crouch, Scott Bryant, 
Keith Young. SECOND ROW: Julie Day, Kris 
Williams, Laura Smith, Denise Durnin. Cricket 
Thompson. Anna Duke, Matt Payne. BACK 
ROW: Gene Carstea, Luther Crouch. Tammy 
Black, Larei Cash, Kelly Lee McGranahan, Jane 
Goodson. 



BLOCK AND BRIDLE 

(Group 2) 

FRONT ROW: Lydia McGill, Karen White, 
Denise Tanner, Ellen Cely, Margie Peden, Angela 
Rolleston. BACK ROW: Patrick Haynes, Becky 
Bolt, Ellyn Hutson, Tony Parken (Marshal), 
Mack Beaty (Vice President), Kevin Yon 
(President), Delene Vollenweider, Sally Floyd 
(Secretary), Sam Doiny, Brian O'Shields 
(Treasurer), Karen Watson. 



CONSTRUCTORS GUILD 

FRONT ROW: Body Waylett, Ted Smart, Wayne 
Moore (President), Mark Gardo. SECOND ROW: 
Scott Enzor, Peyton Robertson (Secretary /Trea- 
surer), Tim Solie, Mike Tinsley, Tim Huffman, 
Dennis Green (Vice-President). BACK ROW: 
J.D. Williams, Todd Sisk, Martin Bjowtegard, 
Erik Kissner, Bret Barry (CMAA President), 
Michael Henrickson, Kevin Sexton. 



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COUNCIL FOR 

EXCEPTIONAL 

CHILDREN 

FRONT ROW: Kim Radford (Vice-President- 
Membership), Shelly Mayfield. SECOND ROW: 
Kim Zachary (2nd Vice President-Historian), 
Patty Knoldauch, Amanda Burton. BACK ROW: 
Janis Burns (President), Matthew Graham. 



DAIRY SCIENCE CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Debi Moore (Treasurer), 
Rosemary Bailes (Vice-President, Photographer), 
Scott Bryant (Ag. Council Representative). SEC- 
OND ROW: Wendy Borum, Julie Hamm. BACK 
ROW: Sam McGregor (President), Brad Smith 
(Ag. Council Representative), John Huskin (Ad- 
visor). 




DELTA SIGMA NU 

FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Pitts, Anjum Basher 
(Vice-President), Kelly White, Angela Davis. 
BACK ROW: Tom Martin (Secretary), Forest 
Pagett (President), C. Kenyon Revls-Wagner 
(Advisor), Mary Gaddy, Natalie Thomas. 




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FINANCE CLUB 



FRONT ROW: Karen Knebel (Vice-President), 
Tammy Betoski, Jill Russell (Secretary), 
Elizabeth Seastrunk, Theresa Laws, David 
Welborn. SECOND ROW: Gary Lewis, Chris 
Wood, Scott Madden (Treasurer), Bob Clyburn 
(President), Harold Mulherin (Advisor), Robert 
Goodling. 



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FOOD SCIENCE CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Mary Beth Decker, Susan Caime, 
Brenda Hughes (Secretary). SECOND ROW: 
Manuel Serrano, Melanie Marbert (President), 
Lisa Schramm, Kim Mathews. BACK ROW: 
Stephen Sprouse, Carl Frisch (Treasurer), 
Michael Rosinski (Vice-President), Rafael San 
Miguel, Trent Clayton. 



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FRONT ROW: Karne Goodwin (Vice-President), 
Sandy Pelletier (President), Jean DeHart 
(Coach). BACK ROW: Richard Leeman (Coach), 
Michael Moore (Treasurer), Seven Bremer 
(Esquire), Mark Musaschi (Bat Boy). 



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FORESTRY CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Tony Watry, Bridget Ryan, 
Michael Winchorn, Charlie Reece (President), 
Sondra Bynde (Secretary). Rebecca Baldwin 
(Treasurer), Gary Alford, Blake Howell 
(Conclave Chairman). SECOND ROW: Will 
Carsten; Eddie Mauritz, George Chastain, Jeff 
DeBell, Darci Sawyer, Tony Thomas (Firewood 
Chairman). THIRD ROW: Robert Carter, Rocky 
Tucker, Pete Stuckev, Jim Crafton, Jeff deGraan. 
BACK ROW: Ansel Miller (Advisor), Michael 
Yoder, Grady Bratton. Eddie Lee (Firewood 
Chairman), Donny Baker. 



FRENCH CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Ann Tickner, Rosemary Thomas 
(Secretary). Vanessa Paulikonis (Treasurer), 
Holly Fullerton (President), Heather Kluttz, 
Jeanne Jacoby (Vice-President). SECOND ROW: 
Jacques Macy (Advisor), Kathy Dabkowski, 
Jennifer Connors, Jennifer Thomas, Suzanne 
Boykin, Jennifer Stott. Nancy Wicker. BACK 
ROW: Sarah Algary, Lori Drezin. Jennifer Winn, 
Lynn Babec, Melinda Pitts, Rose Marie Van der 
Lee. 



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FRONT ROW: Crosland Stuart, Dawn Anderson, 
Kelly Rogers, Tammy Thomas. BACK ROW: 
Jason Wiggington, Wayne Bennett, Al Harmon, 
Nathan Smith, Dan Poston, Barry Cabiness, Dr. 
Jim Daniels. 



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HORTICULTURE CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Dianna Dibble, Walter 
Hechenbleikner, Regina Melton (President), 
Marion Bledsoe (Treasurer), Walt McLeod (Sec- 
retary). SECOND ROW: Melodie Scott, Augustus 
Farmer, James Taylor, Gil Grattan, Rebecca Bull. 
BACK ROW: Kevin Parris (Acting Vice-Presi- 
dent), Ginger Lovin, Greg Whiting, Mark 
Abercrombie. 



INSTITUTE OF 

ELECTRICAL AND 

ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS 

FRONT ROW: Theresa Edwards, Susan Huber, 
Gina Malusa. SECOND ROW: Art Dennis 
(Chairman), Allen Boyd, Jeff Dubis, Wes Bass, 
Mike Pitts. BACK ROW: Craig Gerger (Photogra- 
pher), Tim Kimbrell, Tom Linder, Edward 
Horni, Jacob Bryan (Vice-Chairman). 




INSTITUTE OF 
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERS 

FRONT ROW: Jacqueline Levy, Michelle Burns. 
SECOND ROW: Sherri Tyson (Vice-President), 
Bevlee Watford (Advisor), Pam Watkowski (Sec- 
retary). BACK ROW: Rick Merkin (President), 
Jim Dobson, Robert Morse, Michael Green. 




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MATH CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Janice Israel, Melissa Kellett, 
Patsv Therrell, Karen Owens, Bill Gould (Vice- 
President). SECOND ROW: Philip Weglein. 
Aurelia Watson, Penni Medford (President), 
Susan Snipes. Tonya Spratley. BACK ROW: 
Sharon Haase, Robin Lougee (Co-Sponsor), Alan 
Fortner. Kathv McManus (Secretary/Treasurer), 
Kellev Miller." 




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FRONT ROW: Penni Black, Myra Hughes (Vice- 
President), Tracy Mandeville, Sam English. 
SECOND ROW: Jennifer Frick (Treasurer), Jami 
Sons, Rhoda Redding (President), Carol 
Thompson, Michael Wasson. BACK ROW: Billy 
Farmer, Ray Novak, Marilyn Pearson (Secre- 
tary), Chip Efird, Valerie Fricault, Kelley Black. 



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PHI GAMMA NU 

FRONT ROW: Kyle Thomas (President),Lee 
Humphreys (Treasurer), Angela Quarles (Pledge 
Educator), Julie Hurston, Patricia Brown, 
Shannon Crump, Michael Collins, Monta Weay 
(Secretary), John Hanna (Pledge Educator), 
Kevin Lee, Scott Bennett, Aaron Mathews. 



PRE-VETERINARY CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Mary Gooding, Karen White, Lisa 
Shaw, Debi Moore (Treasurer), Scott Bryant. 
SECOND ROW: Tina Ward, Denise Durnin 
(Vice-President), Lynette Abercrombie, Kelly 
McGranahan. BACK ROW: Eugene Wright (Ad- 
visor), Randy Beck, Joe Darby (President), 
Larei Cush, Joseph Dickey (Advisor). 







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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Tamatha Sells, Merrie Jo Pitera 
(President), Kathy Caldwell, Michelle Lyons 
(Vice-President). SECOND ROW: Chris Harkins 
(Secretary), Alison Voyer, Rebecca Shea, Dr. 
Connor-Greene (Advisor). BACK ROW: Melinda 
Rau, Claudia Johnson, Scott Laedlein 
(Treasurer). 



SPANISH CLUB 

FRONT ROW: Carmen Lennartz (Treasurer), 
Paula Heusinkveld (Advisor). BACK ROW: Jesus 
Benito Sanchez (Publicity Chairman), Mary 
Allen (President), Gaston Fernandez (Senior 
Advisor). 



SOCIETY OF AMERICAN 
FORESTERS 

FRONT ROW: Dr. Miller, Eddie Lee, Rebecca 
Baldwin, Donny Baker (Chairman), Blake 
Howell. BACK ROW: Robert Carter (Secretary), 
Mike Yoder, Tony Watry, George Chastain, Jeff 
deGraan, Michael Windhorn, Jeff DeBell. 



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SOCIETY FOR THE 

ADVANCEMENT 
OF MANAGEMENT 

FRONT ROW: Julie Wissing (President), Pam 
St. Laurent (Vice-President), Lisa Miller, Betsy 
Barcus (Secretary), Lisa Stark. SECOND ROW: 
Jodi Mason, Myra Jollv, Cathy Schraibman, 
Sandra Clamp. BACK ROW: Kelly Churchill, 
Tommy Martin, Robbie Banks, Donna Metts. 
BACK ROW: Mark Scott, David Gowan, Dig 
Latimer. 



SOCIETY OF 
WOMEN ENGINEERS 

FRONT ROW: Hanneke Ockeloen (Secretary), 
Jennifer Ledbetter (President), Veronica 
Roseborough (Vice-President), Nancy Malay 
(Secretary), Mary Beth Brandt (Treasurer). SEC- 
OND ROW: Michelle Russell, Penelope Forest, 
Robin Varner, Katrea Howard, Barbara Herlihy, 
Beverly Meetze. BACK ROW: Angle Hoyle, 
Kimberly Byars, Wanda FuUard, Carolyn 
Campbell, Vanessa Fullard. 




TECHNICAL 

ASSOCIATION OF THE 

GRAPHIC ARTS 

FRONT ROW: Carla Etheredge, Grace Ann 
Mitchell, Christina Weisenburger. BACK ROW: 
Chip Ward, Michelle Britton (Vice-President), 
Karen Fowler (Secretary), Greg Burch, Joseph 
Scholz, Becky Bolt, Timothy Lackey (President), 
Sam Ingram (Advisor). 




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TOASTMASTERS 

FRONT ROW: Kate Myrick, Shabnam Sulaiman, 
Rosemary Thomas. BACK ROW: David Bennett, 
Eric Asperheim (President), David Travis (Trea- 
surer and Sargeant-at-Arms), R. Ramanujam. 



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BASEBALL 1987 

FRONT ROW: Burke Fairey, Scott Welch, Brian 
Barnes, Steve Baucom, Steve Williams, Mark 
Biegert. SECOND ROW: Ty Hawkins, Ray 
Williams, Doug Marchal, Jerome Santivasci, 
Randy Mazey, Bert Heffernan, Henry Threadgill. 
THIRD ROW: Jerry Brooks, Mike Couture, 
Chuck Baldwin, Mike Milchin, Mike Pomeranz, 
Joe Rowland. BACK ROW: Bill Spiers, Tim 
Parker, Phil Lowery, John Jay, Bill Steele, Alan 
Botkin, Mike Huggins. 



CROSS-COUNTRY 1986 
(ACC Team) 

FRONT ROW: Ute Jamrozy, Joanne Power, Elsa 
Breit. BACK ROW: Helen Rogers, Marsha 
Grandziak, Wayne Coffman (Coach), Michelle 
Kalikin, Laura Grignano. 



CROSS-COUNTRY 1987 

FRONT ROW: Yeheckel Halifa, David Wittman, 
Shawn Brinton, Dob Kremer, Larry Clark, Rim 
Cox. BACK ROW: Phil Hallett, Terrance 
Herrington, Noyes Livingston, Paul McCaffrey, 
Shawn Parker, Henrik Skov. 



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WRESTLING 1987 

FRONT ROW: Bill Domasky, Tim Mellott, Brad 
Norris, Andy Lyde, Mike Bodily. Rob Norton, 
Darren Simmons, Kurt Howell, Curt Haywood, 
Donnie Heckel. SECOND ROW: John Sarnese, 
Jym Guyer, Keith Parris, David Lassiter, Jim 
Meetze, Dave Miller, Tom Salisby, Bill Orr, Dale 
Hallquist, Greg Bucklev, Dave Hvnan, Jack 
Effner (Coach). BACK ROW: Ralph Manning 
(Coach). Joey Batson (Coach), Chris Smith, 
Anthony Jefferson, Bryan Bittle, Hal Crowley, 
Kurt Rosenburger, Matt Marcenelle, Andy Lee, 
Jason Cooksey, Jason Rock, Eddie Griffin 
(Coach). 



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SOCCER 1987 

FRONT ROW: Rob Marinaro, Chris Dudley, 
Kevin Taylor, Paul Carollo, Dave Veghte, Richie 
Richmond, Joe Hummel, Charles Lippincott, 
John Meek, Tim Slaughter, John Rootes, I.M. 
Ibrahim. BACK ROW: Mark Childress, John 
Hummel, Thomas Najjar, Derek McArdle, James 
Rootes, Bruce Murray, Paul Rutens, Edo 
Boonstoppel, Andres Alos, Joe Feinberg, Nick 
Midulla, Pearse Tormey. 



TENNIS 1987 

FRONT ROW: Susan Hoysa (Manager), Chris 
Brown (Assistant Coach), Andy Johnston (Head 
Coach), Bill Randolph (Assistant Coach). SEC- 
OND ROW: Laurie Stephen, Allison Poole, 
Cathy Hofer, Pam Menne, Heidi Adam. BACK 
ROW: Nicole Stafford, Lynne Pakert, Ingelise 
Driehuis. 



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VOLLEYBALL 1987 

FRONT ROW: Dawn Donnatelli (Trainer), Paige 
Holt (Manager). SECOND ROW: Linda White 
(Head Coach), Teresa Lovitt (Assistant Coach), 
Ashley Johnson (Statistician). PLAYERS: Chris 
Sherman,Amy Vaughan, Karen Kamarauskas, 
Rayna Griffing, Cindy Tucci, Jenny Yorkanin, 
Joy Fleming, Jenn Feeley, Annie Verhoeven, 
Tammy Quaresima, Mary Johnson, Wendy 
Anderson. 




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SWIMMING 1987 

FRONT ROW: Jim Keough (Assistant Coach), 
Michele Gordon, Meg Ondo, Marnie McGee, 
Jennie Graviss, Sheryl Segal, Teresa Replogle, 
Dianne Bravis, Mike Fitchett (Diving Coach). 
SECOND ROW: Denise Coniglio, Susan Weiss, 
Mandy Meek, Tricia Jackson, Kim Rooney, 
Lynda Hughes, Pam Pfeister, Mitzi Kremer. 
THIRD ROW: Gretchen Myers, Kelly Long, Julie 
Reid, Judy Wade, Nadra Simmons, Ruth 
Grodsky. BACK ROW: Renee Goldhirsh 
(Assistant Coach), Heather Love, Jill Blakehorn, 
Pam Hayden, Jan Kemmerling. 



SWIMMING 1987 

FRONT ROW: Jim Belcher, Rob Rooney, Daryl 
Caldwell, Clif Bate, Robert LaFrance, Rob Berry. 
SECOND ROW: Jim Keough (Assistant Coach), 
Dave Hrovat, Scott Bolo, Brett Jones, Jon Luby, 
Renee Goldhirsh (Assistant Coach). THIRD 
ROW: Scott Helms, Steve Johannes, Mark 
Weber, Jose Tarrio, Scott Stier, Paul Esser, Mike 
Fitcheit (Diving Coach). BACK ROW: Bill 
Hyman, Mark Bridgers, David Cooker, Steve 
Patnode, Bryan McGraw, Craig Counsil. 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL 
1987-88 

FRONT ROW: Joel Dale (manager), Ricky Jones, 
Sean Tyson, Chris Duncan, Grayson Marshall, 
Tim Kincaid, Chris Boozer, Chris Payne (manag- 
er). BACK ROW: Alphonso Smith (manager), 
David Johanning, Colby Brown, Jerry Pryor, 
Elden Campbell, Donnell Bruce, Dale Davis, 
Mack Smith. 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

1987-88 

FRONT ROW: Coach Davis, Coach Kennedy, 
Jena Barnett, Lisa Brown, Melissa Miller, Louise 
Greenwood, Michelle Brvant, Susan Fehling, 
Coach Holland, Coach Green. BACK ROW: 
Jimmy Kizer (manager), Renee Williams, Cheryl 
Nix. Terri Poston, Ramona O'Neal, Karen 
Jenkins, Rose Ballard, Chris Spackman, Becky 
Holloway, Peggy Sells, Karen O'Cain (manager), 
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ANGEL FLIGHT 

FRONT ROW: William Austin (Region B Advi- 
sor), Nina Stisser (Vice-Commander), Gail 
Murray (Plege Trainer), Julie Hurston (Region B 
Administrator), Marie Davis (Region B Comp- 
troller), Captain Fred Conner (Advisor). SEC- 
OND ROW: Therese Roby (Public Affair Officer), 
Hope Fusonie (Commander), Linda Sadlowski 
(Region B Commander), Laura Gay (Region B 
Vice-Commander). THIRD ROW: Kim Steward, 
Kim Holman, Susan Wimberly (Assistant Pledge 
Trainer), Stephanie Facelli (Supplies Officer). 
FOURTH ROW: Liesl Driver, Mamye Alexander 
(Administrative Officer), Michele Roby (Histori- 
an), Peter Hunsuck (Region B Operations Offi- 
cer). BACK ROW: Paul Strong, Kelly Cox, Donna 
Reeves (Little Captain and Chaplain). 



ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 

FRONT ROW: Jennifer Munson, Andy Watson, 
Dianne Smith (Pledge Trainer), Stewart Trog- 
den, Stacy Yike, Tony Fowler. SECOND ROW: 
Andy Chamblee (Commander), Randy Bishop, 
Phillip Ingmire, Clark Berry, Bert Allen (Vice- 
Commander), Sherry Merritt (Administration 
Officer). THIRD ROW: Dianne Neely, Carey Mc- 
Kinney, Cathy Sylvester, George Dowling, Win- 
ston Anderson (Public Affairs Officer), Rick Car- 
illo. Bryan Black (Comptroller), Hartley Brewer. 
FOURTH ROW: Larry Raines, Alesia Grant, 
Wanda Fullard, Buckv Smith, Anthony Secrist. 
BACK ROW: Major Donald E. Schaupp, Scott 
Bowen, Andy Overbay, David Haseldon, Jody So- 
cha (Operations Officer), Richard Holub. 






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CLEMSON RANGERS 

FRONT ROW: James Compton, Mark 
Alexander, Duane Conklin, Ken Nastasi, Tom 
Martin, Charles Porcher. SECOND ROW: Maury 
Herod (Executive Officer), Darren Seigler. David 
Linder, Trey Blackwood, James Newman. 
Kenneth Comly. BACK ROW: Captain Wall (Ad- 
visor), Darrell Holland, Doug Schade, Wallace 
Bonds, John Phillips, John Harris Drake, Scott 
Banks (Commander). 



PERSHING RIFLES 
COMPANY C-4 

FRONT ROW: P/R Major Louis Ackerman 
(Commander), P/R Captain Christopher Darling 
(Executive Officer), P/R 2Lt Michael Valecruz, 
P/R CSM Jason Garrison, P/R ISG James Erwin, 
P/R SFC James Stevens, P/R SSG David Hollub, 
P/R SGT Joanne Elwick, P/R CPL John Locke, 
Charles Hargis (Pledge Commander). 
BACK ROW: Dean Griffin, Scott Moore, Wayne 
Jordan, Brian Caskey, Donna Shipton, Kim 
Saunders. 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 

FRONT ROW: David Jolly (Company Com- 
mander), Russell Auroin, Trip Higgins, Walton 
Brown, David James, Carey McKinney (Compa- 
ny Executive Officer). SECOND ROW: Diane 
Neelv (Finance Officer), Thomas Poole, Charles 
Busch. Rim Cox, Drew Evans. THIRD ROW: Dan 
Kimbrell, Eric LeGloahec, Richard Staley, Paul 
Chamberlain (First Sergeant), Wallace Bonds, 
Jon Buzzell. BACK ROW: Cynthia Eraser, Alan 
Brown, Tony Bruno. John Drake, Allen 
Youngblade. 



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CENTRAL DANCE AND 
CONCERT COMMITTEE 

FRONT ROW: Stephanie Harris (Hospitality), 
Yoyo Chandler (Chairman), Jon Koerber (Staff 
Artist), Lee Julian, Cheryl Nook, Hank Robinson, 
Laura Wiley, France L'Herault, Chris Harte, Rick 
Bywater, Mac McAlister, Casey Beaver (Junior 
Staff Co.), Keith Ellintino, Clint Cole. 



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CDCC SENIOR STAFF 

FRONT ROW: Bob Nash (Security), Lib 
(Tangent Co.), Steph Harris (Party Coordinator), 
Mike Arnold (Boss), Mike Tavoris (Trim 
Coordinator) Rick Bywater (Member-at-Large). 
Yoyo Chiles (Staff Artist), Jon Koerber 
(President). 



CLEMSON 
AMBASSADORS 

FRONT ROW: Bill Schachte, Fred Giles, Al 
Alvarez, Chris Gist, Robert Goodling, David 
Kirkbride. SECOND ROW: Danita Gibson, 
Susan Jones, Mim Lindsey, Hupe Fusonie, 
Michelle Bittner, Kelly Roberts, Kelly Cox, Julie 
Hurston, Andra Walker. BACK ROW: Gary 
Grace, Tim Swicord, Jennifer Textor, Debbie 
Moehlich, Troy Weaver, Kristy Rudeen, Laurie 
Uldrick, Derick Dittner. 



IPTAY STUDENT 
ADVISORY BOARD 

FRONT ROW: Ann Hagins, Alicia Mattison, Lisa 
Willimon (Secretary), Mary Anne McDonald 
(President), Austin Devaney (Vice-President), 
Jackie O'Brien, Denise Hamilton, CeCe Dalton, 
Trey Blackwood. BACK ROW: Michael Ikeler, 
Ben Bentley, Clay Lowder, Dewitt Miles, Grant 
Burns, Tony Greer, Richard Nicholson, Tom 
Merritt, Jay Abraham. 




SPECIAL INTEREST 



293 



Special Interest 



OUTDOOR RECREATION 
COMMITTEE 

FRONT ROW: Gil Gregory. SECOND ROW: 
Andrew Biddiscombe (Union Board Representa- 
tive), Kent Richardson, Chip Smith (Chairman). 
BACK ROW: Lisa Miller, Ken Kelly, Shannon 
Mellichamp, Chris Meinberg. 



RESIDENCE HALL 
ASSOCIATION 

FRONT ROW: Wally DesChamps, Mary 
Defenbaugh, Caroline Frampton, Kelly Scott, 
Andrea Brooks, Stephanie Bell, Melissa Adeock, 
Mandy Moak, Craig Bostick. SECOND ROW: 
Caroline Bigby, Kelly Cox, Robert Siudzinsk 
Tammy Crooks, Kelly Kindelberger, Tomiko 
Smalls, Amanda Batson, Jennifer Howard, 
Robert Yanitv, Luke Anderson, Denise Martin, 
Mike Martini. THIRD ROW: Steven Ruark, 
Christopher Ellington, Kent Buchanon (Advi- 
sor), Carolyn Pruett, Cheryl Hughes, Steven 
Thigpen, Kat Stork, Tony McGuirt, Lee Crocker, 
Stanley Garrett, Garrett Hardin, Ricky Timms, 
Gregory Gandy. BACK ROW: Melanie Myers, 
Don Guge, Jim Wood, Scott Boomershine, Mike 
Scoggs, Eva McLeod, Larry Harris, Bo Barrett, 
"Wild Bill". 



RESIDENCE HALL 
ASSOCIATION 

(Executive Council) 



FRONT ROW: Carrie Lynch (Treasurer), 
Caroline Bigby (Secretary), Kelly Cox (Vice- 
President), Robert Siudzinski (President). 





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SOUTH CAROLINA 
STUDENT LEGISLATURE 

FRONT ROW: Jennifer Breihan, Christine 
Woodland. Catherine Derrick (Member-at-large), 
Amy Felder (Chairman). SECOND ROW: 
Leeanna Black, Whitney Mizell, Bryan Welch, 
Jessica Marchant, Cathy Lewis. THIRD ROW: 
Ellen Miller, Rosemarie Broadwell, Laura Hines, 
Dawn Haves (Education Committee Chairman). 
BACK ROW: Chris Whitlock (Delegation Vice- 
Chairman. State Attorney General), Skip Kirsch, 
Dean Arnold, T.O. Sanders (Committee Chair- 
man), Brett Dalton. 



Mary Grady, Diane Utz and the rest of the 
Rally Cats entertain the crowds at basket- 
ball games. 



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SPECIAL INTEREST 



295 



Special Interest 




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SPEAKERS BUREAU 

FRONT ROW: Cheryl Carson, Michele Ralston, 
Cindy Hague, Connie LeOrand. SECOND ROW: 
Curt Bair (Chairman), Skip Kirsch. BACK ROW: 
Lisa Beyer, Anna Whitesides, Dell Logan. 



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Special Interest 



STUDENT ALUMNI 
COUNCIL 

FRONT ROW: Jeff McCarter. Heather Reynolds 
(Secretary), Kevin Earnest (President), Dawn 
McAnly, Jeff Duckworth (National Convention 
Chairman). SECOND ROW: Allison Moore, 
Cheryl Carson, Lynn King, Nick Lomax, Jodi 
Roberts, Maureen Grady, Sandra Simpson. 
THIRD ROW: Ben Crowder, Julie Lesley, Bill 
Johnson (Public Relations),Clay Lewder, Mark 
Timbes. BACK ROW: Chris Peters, Mac Carr, 
Rick Sartory, Laura Gasoue, Skip Kirsch, John 
Boylston, Mark Eisengrein (Advisor). 



TOUR GUIDES 

FRONT ROW: Lori Cove, Meredith Fitz-Hugh, 
Cece Dalton, Jancie Stinecipher. SECOND ROW: 
Christina Wist, Tracy Trainor, Emily McNeely, 
Rhonda Dickerson, Lori Montgomery, Kelly 
Cockfield. THIRD ROW: Christopher Gist, Alan 
Pope, Robert Siudzinski, Jim Dobson, Jim 
Coleman. BACK ROW: Greg Carter, Charles 
Gallman, Russell Roman. 




UNIVERSITY 

BOARD 



UNION 



FRONT ROW: Melanie Gordon, Jim 
Raines, Ellen Parsons (President). SECOND 
ROW: Eric Bushnell, Todd Brandes (Member-at- 
Large), Cynthia Mangels, Chip Smith. BACK 
ROW: Glenn Pritchard (Member-at-Large), 
Elaine Richardson (Faculty Advisor), Kristie 
Trethewey, Julie Norton, Andrew Biddiscombe 
(Vice-President). 



SPECIAL INTEREST 



Derby Day 300 

Greek Day 301 

Alpha Chi Omega 302 

Alpha Delta Pi 304 

Alpha Gamma Rho 306 

Alpha Phi Omega 308 

Alpha Tau Omega 310 

Beta Theta Pi 312 

Chi Omega 314 

Chi Psi 316 

Delta Delta Delta 318 

Delta Gamma 320 

Kappa Alpha Order 322 

Kappa Alpha Theta 324 

Kappa Delta 325 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 328 



Kappa Sigma 330 

Phi Delta Theta 332 

Pi Beta Phi 334 

Pi Kappa Alpha 336 

Pi Kappa Phi 338 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 340 

Sigma Chi 342 

Sigma Nu 344 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 346 

Interfraternity Council 348 

Panhellenic Council 349 

Delta Sigma Theta 350 

Gamma Sigma Sigma 351 

Kappa Alpha Psi 352 

Theta Chi 353 




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Greek Day provides a time for 
getting outside and enjoying a 
spring day on the ground or on 
wheels. 

A Pika and his friend are capti- 
vated by the excitement of 
Greek Day. 

The Death Mobile is the hub of 
activity for the Sig Eps. 



This year's Greek Day was 
a highlight for Greeks. A va- 
riety of annual Interfrater- 
nity Council events such as 
Tigerama skits, Homecom- 
ing displays, intramural 
sports, and academics 
throughout the year lead up 
to Greek Week during the 
Spring semester. 

During Greek Week the 
fraternity brothers gathered 
with spirit and competition 
for the events which culmi- 
nate the entire year. Enthu- 
siasm mounted throughout 



the week as the fraternities 
harmonized in Greek Sing 
and on Greek Day for the de- 
ciding games. Greeks com- 
peted in, such events as the 
Izzy Dizzy relay, Tug-of-war, 
and the Key Toss. 

Despite the drinking age 
regulations, all Greeks and 
their dates had a fantastic 
day of fun, sun, and partying. 
At the conclusion of Greek 
Day, Sigma Nu took home 
the championship once 
again. 




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Toss. 

Theta's enjoy a quick nutrition 
break during the day's activi- 
ties. 

These Dee Gee's have found 
time to horse around for Dixie 
Day pictures. 




A day filled with friends, 
sunshine, and fun describes 
Dixie Day 1987. In the spring 
semester of each year, Clem- 
son sororities participate in 
Dixie Day. 

During the spring, sorority 
sisters compete in intramu- 
ral activities including ten- 
nis, basketball, softball, 
backgammon, and spades. 
They gather points based on 
the final standing in each of 
the events. 

Dixie Day is the culmina- 



All photos by Michael J. Morga 

tion of a week filled with ex- 
citing events such as the 
Miss Magnolia Pageant and 
Sorority Sing. On Dixie Day 
sisters compete in crazy chal- 
lenges which included an egg 
toss, tug-of-war, and a three- 
legged race. 

Tamela McAtee was 
crowned Miss Magnolia 1987 
and Alpha Delta Pi won So- 
rority Sing. The overall Dix- 
ie Day winner was Alpha 
Delta Pi. 




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ALPHA 

CHI 
OMEGA 



"Together let us seek the 
heights" is Alpha Chi Ome- 
ga's opening motto. In their 
3rd year on Clemson's cam- 
pus, the Theta Lambda 
chapter of Alpha Chi Omega 
was well on its way to acheiv- 
ing those heights. They be- 
gan the year with a terrific 
rush and 55 outstanding 
pledges. During the fall, Al- 
pha Chi built a float for the 
1st Friday Parade and Kelly 
Cockfield won the first Miss 
1st Friday contest. Alpha 
Chi had its 2nd annual Cap- 
tive Cruise — a riverboat 
party and cruise on the lake 
at Stone Mountain, Georgia. 
Alpha Chi was proud to 
place 3rd in Sigma Chi's Der- 



by Days while raising money 
for Helping Hands, a local 
charity. 

Helping others was an im- 
portant part of being an Al- 
pha Chi. We often partici- 
pated in service projects, 
such as having a Games Day 
and Cookout for the Tomas- 
see Boys Home with Alpha 
Phi Omega. In the spring 
they had a Frisbee Golf 
Tournament. It was an excit- 
ing and fun way to raise 
money for Alpha Chi's major 
philanthropy — the Cystic 
Fibrosis Foundation. Other 
spring events included the 
Red Carnation Ball and Dix- 
ie Days. 




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Front Row: Angie Taylor, 
Melissa Poe, Dawn Houston, 
Julie Burton, Millie Henry, 
Sonja Stone, Dina Herin, 
Annette Blakely, Pam Shuler, 
Lisa Phillips, Connie Cribb, 
Vanessa Paulikonis, Stephanie 
Coker, Jennifer Dick, Denise 
Fallin, Stacey Amos, Katie 
Robinson, Heather Stillwell, 
Melanie Brogdon, Mary Jane 
Tobin. Row 2: Kendra Pulley, 
Kim Welsh, Lynda Wolf, 
Sandra Beasley, Michelle 
Kilton, Lynn Martin, Judy 
Thompson, Amy McDermott, 
Cheryln Copelan, Becky 



Weaver, Leslie Weems, Pam 
Casarico, Susan Cooper, Nancy 
Wright, Meg Walters, Lisa 
McMahon, Heidi Tribbett. Row 
3: Jill Sheehan, Missy Harness, 
Cathy Case, Julie Schlosser, 
Rebecca Powell, Anna 
Catherine Bush, Stephanie 
Brown, Laura Dee Caster, 
Susan Hairfield, Linda 
Markiewicz, Lea Hultquist, 
Sheila O'Connor, Sherry Smith, 
Becky Simmons, Mi Kyong 
Kim, Greta Gatlin, Shelli 
Garner, Karen Kay, Denise 
Campbell, Kathy Hildreth, 
Jody Anderson, Danielle 



Williams, Keitha Faile, Chris 
Jarck, Mary Obney. Row 4: 
Tanya Avery, Lynn Taylor, 
Bonnie Burton, Meg White, 
Kim Thompson, Lisa 

Weinheimer, Katherine 

Michels, Carrie Cannon, Leslie 
McCormick, Jennifer Lewis, 
Mandy Hays, Anne St George, 
Jill Whited, Debbie Martin, 
Julie Johnson, Melanie Evatt, 
Aimee Henry, Laura 

Okoniewski. Back Row: Nancy 
King, Wende Howe, Dawn 
Swanson, Suzanne Gilbert, 
Sophia Nicolakakos, Lisa 
Adams, Rose Marie Van Der 



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Officers and Seniors. Front 
Row: Nancy Wright, Bonnie 
Gurton, Sandra Beasley, Sonja 
Stone, Annette Blakely, Connie 
Cribb, Amy McDermott, Denise 
Fallin, Lisa Phillips, Karen 



Kay, Pam Shuler. Row 2: 
Michelle Kilton, Brenda 
Delaney, Lynn Martin, Nancy 
King, Judy Thompson, Sophia 
Nicolakakos, Lisa McMahon, 
Dina Herin. Back Row: Laura 



Dee Caster, Rebecca Powell, 
Carrie Cannon, Suzanne 
Gilbert, Caren Hash, Tracey 
Smart, Keitha Faile. 




Lee, Rose Anton, Kristie 
Tretheway, Kelly Cockfield, 
Kristen Palmer, Brenda 
Delaney, Miriam Chewning, 
Tracey Smart, Leslie Radcliffe, 
Cathy Badgers, Susan 
Blackwood, Lynn Babec, 
Rhonda Dickerson, Jill 
Deitchley, Lesa Crow. Ann 
Kinard, Leigh Fendlev, Caren 
Hash. 




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The Zeta Nu chapter of Al- 
pha Delta Pi began another 
year with excitement. They 
raised money for the Ronald 
McDonald House by holding 
their annual Teeter Totter- 
Marathon. Working with the 
community was important to 
these young ladies. They 
shared both their time and 
love by visiting with senior 
citizens and working with 
Meals on Wheels. 



Maintaining a high chap- 
ter GPR was also important 
to the sorority. Several sis- 
ters were members of both 
Mortar Board and honorary 
fraternities. 

Even though academics 
were stressed, ADPis knew 
how to have fun. Derby Days 
was a fun filled day as al- 
ways. The school year was 
highlighted with mixers, 
other parties and a formal. 




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Front Row: Shannon Martin, 
Suzanne Krause, Maureen 
Davorer, Stephanie Thanen, 
Connie Passilla, Toni Coleman, 
Jennifer Bash, Angie 
Willingham, Jill Boyd, Nancy 
Chaplain, Whitney Mizell, 
Carrie Lynch, Leslie Sims, 
CeCe Dalton, Jennifer Jeanes, 
Denise Hamilton, Jennifer 
Connors, Leslie Kalons, Ashley 
Kluttz, Christi Roberts, 
Heather Kluttz, Sue Riley, 
Rachael Lyon, Theresa Runge, 
Julia Walkup, Pam Pearson, 
Susie Sullivan, Desiree Amyx, 
Ashley Brant, Andrea Poston, 



Jean Anne O'Malley, Cathy 
Harrell, Kelly Cox, Katie 
Zimmer, Margaret Scott, Ann 
Pollard, Meredith Herbert, Jill 
Guthrie, Laura Hines, Pam 
McAbee, Julie Parker, Jennifer 
Breihan, Paige Munsey, 
Jennifer Thomas, Kristan 
Baskin, Allison Moore, Angie 
Barkman, Ellen Miller. Row 2: 
Michelle Burns, Leeanna 
Black, Jennifer O'Cain, 
Catherine Derrick, Elizabeth 
Kersh, Dawn Wilson, Valerie 
Stuckey, Dell Logan, Rhonda 
Wright, Hannah Eleazer, Liz 
Gwaltney, Amy Wilson, Stacey 



Sheak, Kristin Kirby, Rose 
Mary Sheppard, Wendy 
Blake, Kirstin Kastery, 

Kimberly Noble, Lisa Enger, 
Elizabeth Winkopp, Caroline 
Gileaton, Lisa Smith, Kristie 
Holden, Christina Emick, Kate 
Knox, Christa Gilgen, Susan 
Lefevre, Gwinn Gibson, Jill 
Humphrey, Betsy Barter, 
Susan Nanney, Debbie Brown, 
Melissa Faulkner, Holly 
Fullerten, Suanne Stafferd, 
Stephanie Wise, Cathy Peck, 
Mary Margaret Small, Beth 
Balcombe, Tracy Spayd, Holly 
Delliyer, Cheri Smigelski, Julie 



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Seniors, (left to right). Holly 
Dellinger, Susan LeFeure, 
Desiree Amyx, Kelly Cox, 
Christina Sanders, Christina 
Emich, Christa Gilgen, Debbie 



Brown, Stephanie Wise, 
Margaret Scott, Holly 
Fullerten, Kristan Baskin, Pam 
McAbee, Jill Guthrie, Gwinn 
Gibson, Ashley Kluttz, Julie 



Parker, Cathy Harrell, 
Meredith Herbert, Christina 
Royster. 



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Carroll Finklea. Back Row: 
Christina Sanders, Kristie 
Lynch, Elizabeth Phillips, 
Angie Laws, Kimberly 
Fourspring, Sarah Boyd, 
Meredith Kolk, Shelly 
Cunningham, «Jeanne Anne 
Flynn, Lisa Beyer, Lisa Clarey, 
Kimberly Karnes, Beth 
Burkhardt, Suzanne Shuler, 
Christina Sanders, Cathy 
Lewis, Blaire Jones. 




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ALPHA 

GAMMA 

RHO 



Alpha Gamma Rho was a 
national social-professional 
fraternity for men studying 
in the Colleges of Agricul- 
ture, Forestry, Biological 
and Natural Sciences. AGR 
participated in both campus 
and IFC activities. AGR's 
were involved in many cam- 
pus organizations as well as 
held leadership postitions in 
professional clubs. 

AGR's social calender was 
as colorful and unique as its 
strong brotherhood. There 
were informal parties, cook- 
outs, and mixers with cam- 
pus sororities and with the 
Rho-mates, their little sister 



organization. The spring was 
highlighted with the Pink 
Rose formal, ski retreats, a 
cookout for the College of 
Agriculture, Valentine 
Dance, and Greek Week 
competition. 

Striving for academic 
achievement, AGR regularly 
achieved the highest grade 
point ratio among the frater- 
nities on campus. AGR was 
also the only fraternity with 
all brothers living in one 
house. The brothers of Alpha 
Gamma Rho took pride in 
the association with Clemson 
University and the Greek 
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Left to Right: Dan Poston, 
Scott Brotherton, Michael 
Davis, Andy Brooks, Tom 
Zeasor, Manuel Serrano, Chris 
Rawl, Joy Roper (AGR 
Sweetheart), Steve Bouknight, 



Brad Sease, Nathan Smith, 
Larry Littlejohn, Jason Pike, 
Walter Hechenbleikner, 
Tommy Edwards, Craig 
Ellison, Carl Ackerman, Neil 
Kroll, Walt McLeod, Barry 



Cabiness, Pat Haynes, Joel 
Hoyle, Hugh Smith, Jay 
Boland, Marvin Bouknight, 
Andrew Reichenbach. 



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AGR Rho-Mates. Left to Right: 
Nannette Moore, Lisa Hanks, 
Ellen Cely, Lea Ann Ruff, Joy 
Roper, Joy Gunter, Lori 



Harrison, Cindy Biggerstaff, 
Lisa Winn, Vera von Recum, 
Kris Yeager, Lynda Able, 
Melissa Herbert, Anita Hyler, 



Kay Allison, Lee Cameron, Kim 
Couch, Donna Lindley. Ruthie 
Yarborough, Michele 

Chandley, Meredith Moore. 



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ALPHA 

PHI 
OMEGA 



Alpha Phi Omega Nation- 
al Service Fraternity was 
founded on December 16, 
1925, at Lafayette College in 
Easton, Pennsylvania. The 
83rd chapter, Gamma Lamb- 
da, was chartered at Clemson 
on October 6, 1940. Gamma 
Lambda is the oldest APO 
chapter in South Carolina 
and one of the oldest frater- 
nities at Clemson. 

The aim of Alpha Phi 
Omega was to develop lead- 
ership, promote friendship, 
and provide service to oth- 
ers. As the collegiate exten- 
tion of Scouting (although 
membership was not limited 
to Scouts), the fraternity ad- 
vanced the ideals and princi- 



ples expressed in the Scout 
Oath and Law, which pro- 
vide a social, ethical and in- 
tellectual framework for liv- 
ing a meaningful and well- 
rounded life. Clemson 
APO's developed leadership 
by serving in chapter offices, 
planning and producing ser- 
vice projects and social 
events, participating in cam- 
pus activities, and attending 
state, regional and national 
conferences, workshops and 
conventions. In 1987-88, 
members attended a regional 
conference in Orlando, Flori- 
da, and a state conference in 
Charleston. A highlight of 
each year was the chapter's 
Spring Retreat, a relaxed 



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Front Row: John Hartwell, 
Roger Wyatt, Eric Powell, 
Gene Ling, Chris Payne, Greg 
Yonce, Jim Haney, Chip Rouse, 
Bill Bissese. Row 2: Greg 
Carter, Jim Paradeces, Bryan 
Couzens, Ed Pennebaker, Al 
Cothran, Adam Wolf, Jack 
McKensie, Jay Zollicoffer, 
Kevin Broadwater, Andy 



Castro. Row 3: Rafael San 
Miguel, David Church, Gary 
Burgess, Tim Hipskind, John 
Covington, Brian Marley, Alan 
Smith, Will Hallat, Kirk Nix, 
David O'Davis, Todd Herndon, 
Row 4: Shane McMahon, Lee 
Patterson, Leo Watts, Matt 
Hooker, Charles Costner, 
Steve McBryde, Dan Fasset, 



Alan Campbell, Chris 
Hamilton, Hal Wilson, Rich 
Comstock, Tyler Moon. Back 
Row: Tony McGurit, David 
Kasir, Joel Dale, Devin Dunn, 
Mark Jones, Mike Freytag, 
Tom Spencer, Dave Kusmik, 
Mike Robinson, Wesley Bass, 
Luke Hippler, Hoyt Kelley. 



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Front Row: Al Cothran, Hal 
Wilson, Jay Zollicoffer, Roger 
Wyatt, Gary Burgess. Row 2: 



Tyler Moon, Mike Freytag, 
Steve McBryde, Wess Bass, Ed 
Pennebaker. Back Row: Tony 



McGuirt, Matt Hooker, Tom 
Spencer, Joel Dale, David 
Kusmik. 




weekend away from campus 
during which all members 
have the opportunity to par- 
ticipate in discussing frater- 
nity issues, evaluating pro- 
jects and programs, and 
developing new plans and 
goals. 

Promoting friendship was 
a natural result of working 
together in service to others, 
but for Clemson APO's that's 
only a beginning. The frater- 
nity strengthened its bonds 
of brotherhood by sponsor- 
ing a wide variety of social 
events throughout each year 
— from cookouts and card- 
playing tournaments to 
theme parties and mixers 
with sororities. Brothers par- 
ticipated together in intra- 
mural sports and numerous 
other informal activities, and 
a formal awards banquet fol- 



lowed by a dance, caps each 
semester. 

The supreme purpose of 
Alpha Phi Omega was ser- 
vice, and the chapter at 
Clemson excelled in fulfill- 
ing this charge. Not a week 
passed during the school 
year without some sort of 
APO service project being 
planned or performed. 

Some projects were major 
productions that required 
months of work. An example 
was the annual Diaper Relay 
for the American Arthritis 
Foundation. Students 
dressed in diapers and bibs 
sponsored by area businesses 
ran a 50-mile route to Ander- 
son to raise money for the 
fight against arthritis. Sisters 
of Kappa Alpha Theta soror- 
ity joined the APO's for the 
1987-88 Diaper Relay, which 



raised more than $2,000. 

Other projects, such as giv- 
ing time and attention to a 
sick or neglected child or to 
the elderly residents of a 
nursing home, were less elab- 
orate but no less significant. 
They were, in fact, among 
Alpha Phi Omega's most im- 
portant service activities. 

The brothers of Alpha Phi 
Omega gave generously of 
their time, talents and re- 
sources to make life a little 
better for someone else — 
and, in the process, they 
learned a lot about living and 
they had a lot of fun. That's 
a powerful combination of 
benefits for the individual 
members and a powerful 
statement about the high 
quality of the students at 
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TAU 
OMEGA 



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The Eta Pi Chapter of Al- 
pha Tau Omega was once 
again very involved in many 
activities on campus. The Al- 
pha Tau Omega Tiger Paw 
calendar, featuring 12 beau- 
tiful Clemson coeds, was 
very popular again. The 
ATOs also kept busy by plac- 
ing 2nd overall in Homecom- 
ing floats. The brothers con- 
tinued to be very involved 
with many service projects to 
help less fortunate people. 



The school year was high- 
lighted by parties on football 
weekends, mixers, pre-game 
cookouts, Rush Week and 
Greek Week. The ATO's 
beautiful Little Sisters sup- 
ported them throughout the 
year and were always around 
to help out. The brothers 
ended the year with their an- 
nual Founder's Day Formal 
and a trip to Myrtle Beach to 
celebrate the school year's 
end. 




Front Row: John McLure, Kirk 
Weir, David Bowman, Bill 
Bywater, Shawn Chambers, 
Steve Swartwood, Mary Anne 
Bolchoz (sweetheart), Billy 
Runey, David Dodds, Craig 
Brown, Dee Burger, J.R. 
Furman, David Linder. Row 2: 
Billy Howell, Tom Bowen, 
Mark Missroon. Row 3: Rick 
Simonet, Christopher Corkern, 
Doug Brandon, Kevin 
Plomaritis, Hunter Farmer, 



Bob Tiller, Robert Whitesides, 
Greg Goff. Row 4: Bobby 
Inabinet, Martin Byontegard, 
David Glenn, Kevin Kunich. 
Row 5: Rod Wilkes, Matt 
Parker, Knox Landers (advi- 
sor). Porter Morgan. Row 6: 
Mark Allen, Brian Stanton, 
Rudy Gill, Eric Wagner, 
Michael Meredith, Craig Kopf. 
Row 7: Chris Gaddy, Doug 
Robinson, Christian 

MacMillan, Chris Condon, Billy 



Horton, Mike Williams, Alan 
Roberts. Row 8: Joel Walker, 
Clay Rolston, Russell Wilkes, 
Steve Hopkins, Mark Hudson, 
Dave Schulenberg, Don 
Fandeiti. Back Row: Ben 
Duncan, Stan Delz, Noel 
DesMarteau, John Grossman, 
Rob Burns, Brad Estes, Sean 
Hohlowski, Sean Russell, Scott 
Black, Todd Childers, Rolfe 
Martin, Greg Dawsey. 



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Little Sisters. Left to right: 
Becky Merritt, Leanna Black, 
Eboo Cole, Katie McAlevy, Joni 
Bauknight, Melanie Coyle, 



Rachelle Michelis, Marci Kim Collier, Traci Atkinson, 

Miller, Lisa Clary, Todd Jessica Marchant, Mary Anne 

Childers, Kim Summers, Beth Bolchoz. 
Pruden, Marlene Alexander, 




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Homecoming spirit. 




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THETA 
PI 



The Delta Nu chapter of 
Beta Theta Pi enjoyed an- 
other year of academic, so- 
cial, and athletic success. 
Due to the eight home foot- 
ball games, the Beta's were 
kept busy in the fall with 
pre-game activities, band 
parties, and much late night 
partying with 12:07's. Also 
Fall Rush succeeded in 
bringing in one of the largest 
pledge classes in recent 
memory and Homecoming 
culminated in a Beta-ATO 
band blast at the Armory. 



Other social events included 
the annual Founder's Day 
Dinner and fun times were 
had by all at various mixers. 
Spring semester saw the 
Beta's once again emerge as a 
dominant force in intramu- 
ral basketball, soccer, and 
Softball. We also enjoyed 
putting on Dixie Day, Soror- 
ity Sing, and the Miss Mag- 
nolia Pageant. Spring Rush 
was also successful with the 
combination of mixers and 
band parties.' 



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Pictured: Macon Easterling, 
Andrew Warren, Dave 
Bernstel, Chris Jackson, Scott 
Hallihan, Eddie Greer, Todd 
Vance, Jill Slye, Sting, Stacy 
Saccani, Mike Nichols, Jason 
Gross, Mary Grady, Cathy 
Wisner, Paul Littleton, Richard 
Kellet, Chris Cartledge, Jamie 
Harrell, Kristie Cothran, Owen 
Vaughan, Brian LaBomb^rd, 
Leslie Carlson, Mary Anne 
McDonald, Ronald M. Arias, 



Kelly Sutton, Scott McMath, 
Allen Youngblade, Barry 
Bazen, Joe Bobeck, Matt 
Given, Todd Zalkan, Scott 
Yokly, Martin Henricks, Susan 
Youngblood, Jeff Tacca, Walter 
Lubkin, Chris Herrmann, Scott 
Schleicher, Mike Kiriakides, 
Tammy Tilander, Mark 
Wollenhaupt, Doug Brokin, 
Clay Bush, Danielle Bushong, 
John Lippard, Barber Mackey, 
Doug Thurmon, John 



Holingsworth, Lee Herlong, 
Trish Corliss, Jim Henderson, 
Chrissy Theos, Steve Meaker, 
Patrick Wyer, Anne Clark, Jim 
Wasson, Kelly Cloninger, 
Marshal Wilson, Jon Hayward, 
Kim Hayward, Mark Williams, 
Jammie Monroe, Allison 
Stewart, Brian Johnson, Andy 
Tiller, Mark Mealey, Pam 
Pearson, Richard Thomas, Paul 
Smith, Sam the Ram. 



312 



GREEKS 



Little Sisters. Front Row: 
Sandy Tippett, Chrissy Theos. 
Row 2: Kristie Couthran, Susan 
Youngblood, Chris Jackson, 
Jennifer Whitlow, Macon 



Easterling, Mary Grady, 
Tammy Tillander, David 
Bernstel, Allison Stewart, 
Mary Anne McDonald, Cathy 
Wisner, Kris Gerrish, Leslie 



Carlson. Back Row: Danielle 
Bushonb, Kim Baker, Anne 
Clark, Stacy Saccani, Pam 
Pearson, Jill Slye, Trish 
Corliss. 




The Betas work on their ver- 
sion of the triangle for 
Homecoming. 




Michael J. Morga 



Ben 



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CHI 
OMEGA 



Chi Omega has been an in- 
tegral part of the Clemson 
system since March 1970. 
Nationwide, Chi Omega is 
the largest sorority with 177 
active chapters. 

Psi Kappa chapter of Chi 
Omega prided itself in the di- 
versity of its members whose 
activities included all aspects 
of collegiate life — honor 
and professional organiza- 
tions, student government, 
SAC, Central Spirit, frater- 
nity little sisters and 
sweethearts. 

The members of Chi Ome- 



ga were also involved in com- 
munity service. They assist- 
ed with many March of 
Dimes functions, a Tub-a- 
Thon for muscular dystro- 
phy with the Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon fraternity and held 
an Easter Egg hunt for the 
children of the Helping 
Hands of Clemson. 

Chi Omegas were proud of 
their achievements during 
the year. Chi Omega was rep- 
resented in Homecoming 
Court and won first place 
overall in Derby Day. 




Front Row: Lisa Willimon, Lisa 
Cox, Kelly Cochran, Joni 
Solesbee, Carroll Cox, Heidi 
Farber, Kelly Brown, Cindy 
Carter. Row 2: Janice White, 
Sarah Aligary, Kelly Hutto, Jill 
Christopher, Debbie Wood, 
Michelle Smith, Walker 
Maybank, Maureen O'Neill, 
Anjali Murari, Cathy Simonis, 
Kris Scherer, Beth Wilkens, 
Lisa Holladay, Tammy 
Tillander, Shannon Weeks, 
Anne Blakely, Allyson 
Caldwell, Susan Ross, Michelle 
Osborne, Amy Young, 
Kimberly Miller. Row 3: 



Shanner Little, Sue Wilhelm, 
Jennifer Pridemore, Kimberly 
Collier, Laura Simon, Susie 
Banks, Gail Selleg, Laney 
King, Mary Burns, Jackie 
O'Brien, Kelly Cutler, Wendy 
Cepin, Sandy Tippett, Barbara 
Davis, Stacey D'Angelo, 
Charlotte Evans, Laura 
Weesner, Leanne Bertels, Julie 
Herring. Row 4: Pam St. 
Laurent, Pam Alexander, Kelly 
Nathurst, Leanne Jaskwich, 
Paige Farish, Julie Trado, 
Shannon Steele, Lesley 
Lawrance, Lynnette Lisenby, 
Michelle Johnson, Kellie 



Alexander, Kristin Sullivan, 
Nancy Dufford, Carrie 
Counihan, Tara Fetner, Tara 
McGarr, Stacy Saccani, Scott 
Askins, Beth Simmonds, Gina 
Tollison, Beth Foster, Kelli 
Baker. Row 5: Emery Allen, 
Tracy Hutchinson, Beth 
Michaelis, Michelle Flynn, 
Kelly Williams, Sharon Bailes, 
Bonnie Winn, Angela James, 
Stephie Slowik, Melinda Riley, 
Carey Black, Barbara 
McClain, Jenna Gipson, Paige 
Hucks, Stacey Lewis, Nancy 
Floyd, Susan Sumner, 
Stephanie Ramsey. Row 6: 



314 X. GREEKS 



Seniors. Front Row: Allyson 
Caldwell, Kimberly Miller, 
Susan Ross, Amy Young, Lisa 
Cox, Kelly Cochran, Anjali 
Murari, Cathy Simonis, Laura 
Simmon, Carroll Cox, Gina 



Tollison, Kelly Brown. Row 2: 
Jennifer Whitlow, Paige 
Farrish, Nancy Kellett, Janice 
White, Mary Burns, Joni 
Solesbee, Stacey D'Angelo, 
Cindy Carter, Leanne Bertels, 



Pam St. Laurent, Stephanie 
Ramsey, Kimberly Collier, 
Beth Smoley. Back Row: Sue 
Wilhelm, Michelle Milazzo, 
Toni Merritt, Julie Trado, 
Shannon Steele, Lesley 



Low ranee, Beth Foster, 
Michelle Osborne, Sarah 
Truluck, Beth Wilkens, Tammy 
Garrett, Susie Banks. 




Julie Robinson, Kelly Keith, 
Toni Merritt, Susan 

Cavanaugh, Robbin Poat, Lori 
Dixon.Kelly Neaman, Shannon 
Christopher, Krista Pietsch, 
Beth Smoley, Lisa Wolff, Marci 
Mott, Caroline Tempel, Pat 
Prochaske, Alyson, Daichendt, 
Angie Willimon, Georgia Coan, 
Laura Fair, Jennifer Whitlow, 
Tori Hamilton, Michelle 
Milazzo, Scarlett Wilson. Row 
7: Michel Smoak, Margie 
Davis, Stacey Brooks, Barbara 
Garvin, Sandra Simpson, 
Ashley Ann Clement, Susie 
Patrick, Paige Milsap, 
Shannon Mehaffey, Anne 
Clark, Marie Mullikan, Tammy 
Garrett, Trey Theimer, Mary 
Ravenel, Blythe Tomlin, Karen 
Nocher, Mary Knowles, Stacey 
Young, Maggi Gottsegan, 
Sarah Truluck, Cindy Bagnal. 




The Chi-O's enjoy the fun and 
friendship of Dixie Day. 



Michael J. Morga 



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CHI 
PSI 



Chi Psi was founded May 
20, 1841, and brought to 
Clemson in 1971. It was the 
first fraternity to emphasize 
the fraternal and social prin- 
cipals of brotherhood. 

The Chi Delta chapter at 
Clemson was active in the 
Fall semester with several 
mixers, pre-game alumni 
cookouts, theme parties, and 
Rush Week. We were also 
proud of the fact that we 
have placed first in the still 
competition in six of the last 
seven Homecomings, includ- 
ing this past Fall. Chi Delta 
also held various fundraising 



projects for Cystic Fibrosis. 
The Brothers of Chi Psi 
began the Spring semester 
with the traditional 
Founder's Day Ball. Also on 
the social calendar was a 
Valentine's Day party, sever- 
al mixers, our annual Formal 
in Myrtle Beach, and of 
course Greek Week. A cruise 
to Mexico during Spring 
Break and the big Senior 
Send-Off brought the school 
year to a roaring end. Broth- 
ers were represented in Tiger 
Band, Student Government, 
varsity sports, and various 
honor fraternities. 




fi\ 



Front Row: Bruce Mitchell, 
Todd Pigeon, Scott Robeson, 
Scott Land, Heath Wilson. Row 
2: John Penoyer, Paul 
Chinuntoet, Rob Mclntyre, Dan 
Laurent, Jeff Johnson, Bryan 



Black, Brent Bowlin. Back 
Row: Quinn Selsor, Jeff Porter, 
George Sweet, Vince Serock, 
John Swiedaryk, Greg Roberts, 
Chuck Moore, Van Falgout, 
Mark Mongelluzzo, Scott 



Cooper, Derek Dittner, Roby 
Hyde, Randall Smith, Dave 
McMann, Ardy Lyons, Ricky 
Siu. 



316 



GREEKS 



Seniors. Greg Roberts, Bruce Land, Mark Mongelluzzo, Dave McMann. 
Mitchell, Dan Laurent, Scott Randall Smith, Ardy Lyons, 




The Brothers of Chi Psi would 
like to thank their senior 
brothers for their devotion and 
hard work over their college 
years. We wish you all good 
luck in your future endeavors. 
Once a Chi Psi, always a Chi 
Psi. 




No, it's not the Olympic torch, 
it's the Chi Psi's Homecoming 
display. 



Michael J. Morga 



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DELTA 
DELTA 
DELTA 



The Beta Theta chapter of 
Delta Delta Delta has been 
on the Clemson campus 
since 1970. Tri-Delta had a 
successful rush this year 
with 55 pledges. 

In the Spring, Tri-Delta 
awarded two academic schol- 
arships to outstanding wom- 
en. Money for the scholar- 
ships was raised by the 
annual Tri-Delta Halloween 



Party. 

Throughout the year, Tri- 
Delts participated in First 
Friday Parade, Derby Day, 
the Pledge Formal, and Dix- 
ie Day. Two Tri-Delta sisters 
were crowned Clemson beau- 
ties. Lark Sisson was Miss 
Homecoming 1987, and Ta- 
mela McAtee was Miss Mag- 
nolia 1987. 




Front Row: Lee Miller, Tracy 
McCutchen, Cassie Ribstein, 
Andrea Hunt, Mary Grady, 
Courtney Smith, Tracy Starr, 
Edie Elmore, Sally Schaaf, Lisa 
Agner, Lisa Miller, Sue Dipple, 
Jennifer Kanas, Susan Watt, 
Patti Shuler, Callie Walpole. 
Row 2: Becky Merritt, Jennifer 
Moorefield, Melissa Shuler, 
Sara Betchman, Kelly Smith, 
Lisa Smith, Beth Glasgow, 
Elizabeth Dorm, Paula Cady, 
Susan Creech, Mary Helen 
Jones, Stephanie Bowie. Row 3: 
Catherine Stuhr, Jodi Roberts, 
Katherine Hale, Joanna 



George, English Scott, Kelly 
Bailey, Shea Powell, Leslie 
Estes, Lynn Alexander, Stacy 
Sullins, Joni Waters, Carrie 
Conrad. Row 4: Cathy Canup, 
Nancy Perella, Pam Parker, 
Dawn McAnly, Alice Price, 
Trisha Lee, Allison GuUege, 
Susan Forrest, Leigh Ann 
Fisher, Ellen Shields, Kelly 
Long. Row 5: Toney Cothran, 
Susan James, Betsy McCowan, 
Kricket Kuehne, Cille Redding, 
Ashley Falls, Amelia Bowie, 
Elizabeth Summers, Meg 
Scoville, Gina Rossi, Chellie 
Hollis, Ava Gibson. Row 6: 



Cathy McFarland, McLean 
Limehouse, Kelly Wells, Kathy 
Dabkowski, Leigh Ann 
Duckworth, Jane Efird, Laurie 
Allen, Stephanie Comins, Jamie 
Wannamaker, Andrea Fantin, 
Elizabeth Budin, Gretchen 
Kartman. Row 7: Michelle 
Little, Meg Stukes, Kimberely 
Evans, Claire Carman, 
Stephanie Vehorn, Carrie 
Chupp, Missy Lukens, Karla 
Whitesell, Allison Sneed, Tracy 
Evans, Julie Weil, Eboo Cole, 
Angela Dryden. Row 8: 
Marianne Houseal, Cathy 
Schraibman, Molly Kate 



318 'V GREEKS 



Seniors. Front Row: Ava Rittenhouse, Jean Kinard, 

Gibson, Gretchen Kartman, Elizabeth Dorm, Kathryn 

Julie Wilson, Wendy Thomas, Durant, Kristy Rudeen. 3rd 

Angela Dryden, Sally Schaff, Row: Chellie Hollis, Joni 

Celeste Cordrey. 2nd Row: Waters, Heather Reynolds, 

Jamie Blankenship, Karen Cristy Ammons, Jane Griffin, 



Lisa Aigner, Pam Beiter, Kathy 
Wakely. Back Row: Katie 
Mahon, Beth Ballard, 
Margaret Turner, Kim 
Benzing, Eboo Cole. 




Jordan, Ann McLean, Beth 
Bryant, Evelyn Ward, Julie 
Martini, Nanette Sweet, Any 
Psota, Melissa Miller, Tonya 
Thompson, Jamie Blankenship, 
Julie Wilson. Back Row: Caty 
Hamilton, Tami Smith, Shea 
Parker, Beth Ballard, Elizabeth 
Haas, Annie Deboor, Jenni 
Timbes, Angela March, Tamela 
McAtee, Kim Summers, Cindy 
Pullum, Kim Benzing, Pam Beiter. 
Back Row: Kathryn Durant, Leigh 
Martin, Marti Voss. 



Tri-Delt sister Kristy Rudeen 
verifies her answers to the home- 
work problems with a friend be- 
fore tax class. 




Michael J. Morga 



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DELTA 
GAMMA 



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Delta Gamma has been an 
important part of Clemson 
life since March, 1981. Na- 
tionally, Delta Gamma was 
recognized as a leader among 
women's organizations. 

Delta Gamma proudly ac- 
knowledge the diversity of 
its members whose activites 
involved all aspects of col- 
lege life. DG's could be found 
in honorary fraternities, pro- 
fessional organization, Stu- 
dent Government, Tiger 
Band, and many others. 

Delta Gammas believed 
that service was a top priori- 
ty. They operated vision 
screening booths and held 
several fund raisers in aid of 



the blind. In the Spring, 
DG's sponsored the sixth an- 
nual Anchor Splash. 

Delta Gamma won first 
place overall in First Friday 
Parade, and participated in 
Dixie Day and Derby Days. 
Delta Gamma gained honors 
in intramural athletics, and 
boasted a busy social 
calender. 

The sisters of Delta Gam- 
ma were proud of their 
achievements throughtout 
the year. Showing a spirit of 
excellence through goals and 
ideals, the diversity of mem- 
bers, and involvement, Delta 
Gamma^ eagerly awaited the 
future. 




Front Row: Laura Cornelius, 
Gina Woodham, Sara 
Schommer, Cheryl Thompson, 
Lisa Robinette, Angle Seigler, 
Kara Goodwin, Sandy Pelliter, 
Kim Pearce, Betsy Barcus, 
Monica Bordeaux, Gidget 
Logan, Karen Brown, Donna 
Vellines, Zoe Dommel, Jill 
Woodham, Nancy Knebel, Kat 
Stork. Row 2: Mary Inabinet, 
Tammy Jarrell, Lesley 
Schaaff, Tori Sagona, Ann 
Tickner, Maureen Ward, Jami 
Sons, CoUette Sorrell, Jackie 
Moore, Sondra Green, Kim 
Kaercher, Diane Duane, Robin 
Heatherly, Rachel Chapman, 



Jean Kinard, Courtney 
McGinnis, Sallie Rodgers. Row 
3: Patty Knoblauch, Tracey 
Klieber, Connie Cook, Cathy 
Collins, Paula Kibler, Wendy 
Walker, Ana Covington, Jill 
Dommel, Kathy LeBar, Julie 
Swartz, Kim Ledford, Alicia 
Kaczor, Cathie Darrah, 
Courtney Crowell, Martha 
Montgomery, Dana Buckles. 
Row 4: Amy McClellan, Julie 
Crawford, Michelle Ingraham, 
Shannan Melton, Maria 
Avidano, Beth Owens, Katy 
Kleinfelter, Jeanie Karo, 
Missie Creech, Carrie 
Mountain, Angle Eyeman, 



Nancy O'Brien, Jodi Mason. 
Row 5: Jamie Mathews, Paula 
Sneed, Ila Gressette, Kristy 
Helms, Michelle Schlock, Susie 
Hemphill, Karen Olsen, Tracy 
Adler, Becky Williams, 
Jennifer Caughman, Bobbie 
Herron, Debbie Cost, Yvonne 
Hoenyk. Row 6: Cindi 
Dunnagin, Jenny Babic, Julie 
Eldridge, Paula Bradshaw, 
Mary Ann Bendelow, Julie 
Ripley, Anne Angert, Beth 
Phillips, Mindy Hall, Terri 
Hieber, Paula Johnson, Liz 
Jacobsen, Ann Marie 
Goldsmith, Ruth Ann Glasgow, 
Lesley Davis, Ellen 



320 >v GREEKS 



Seniors. Front Row: Debbie Row 2: Maureen Ward, Jami 

Kirkbride, Ana Covington, Lisa Sons, Paula Kibler, Andrea 

Robinette, Paula Bradshal, Thompson, Cathie Darrah, 

Monica Bordeaux, Kim Pearce, Nancy O'Brien, Jodi Mason, Liz 

Betsy Barcus, Ruth Ann Jacobsen, Gina Leonard. Back 

Glasglow, Donna Vellines. Row: Terri Hieber, Michelle 



Ingraham, Martha 

Montgomery, Collette Sorrell, 
Wendy Walker, Dana Buckles, 
Jeannie Maglisceau, Bobbi 
Herron, Tracey Clark. 




Buckley. Row 7: Missy 
Williams, Julie Gladden, Sandy 
Deller, Debbie Kirkbride, 
Mary Hucks, Kris Domurat, Liz 
Pendleton, Casey Maney, 
Dawn Bohanan, Andrea 
Thompson. Back Row: Beth 
Childs, Susan Martin, Tara 
Pickering, Tracey Clark, 
Megan Roberts, Melinda Rau, 
Vikki Mullen, Jeannie 
Maglisceau, Gina Leonard, 
Julie Hardwick, Denebola 
McLean. 




Officers. Front Row: Paula 
Kibler, Gina Woodham, Zoe 
Dommel, Kim Pearce. Row 2: 
Jami Sons, Betsy Barcus, 
Nancy Knebel. Row 3: Lisa 
Robinette, Tammy Jarrell, 
Mindy Hall. Back Row: Andrea 
Thompson, Beth Phillips, 
Maria Avidano, Maureen 
Ward. 



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KAPPA 
ALPHA 
ORDER 



The Kappa Alpha Order 
involved itself in a wide vari- 
ety of activities this year. 
Highlights included Fall and 
Spring Rush, Homecoming, 
and various fund raisers for 
their philanthropy, the Mus- 
cular Dystrophy Association. 

Socially, the year was a 
busy one. Band parties fol- 
lowed each home football 
game during the fall. Other 
events included the tradi- 
tional Mountain Weekend 
House Party in the changing 



leaves of North Carolina. 

Old South, Kappa Alpha's 
toast to southern heritage, 
welcomed the brothers of 
Delta Omicron chapter, and 
chapters across the state 
back to school after the 
Christmas holidays. The re- 
mainder of the spring semes- 
ter included mixers, a state 
wide Bike-a-Thon with other 
KA chapters. The Carolina 
Cup in Camden, SC and the 
annual Bahamas Party. 




Front Row: Vincent Cross, 
Drew Williams, Jamey Yon, 
Gene Ziegler, Stephanie 
Ramsey (KA Rose), Dan Wyatt, 
Laurens Nicholson, Jay Self, 
Stephen Ridgeway, Scott Lee. 
Row 2: Bryan Walpole, Bryan 
Fuller, Trey Fuller, Rob 
Robertson, Boyd Summers, 
Mark Dye, John Britton, Sam 
Erwin, Graham Eubank. Row 3: 



Mike Denry, Chuck Truluck, 
Mauldin Avinger, David 
Fowler, Max Fain, Jason 
Adams, Dudney Fox, Thomas 
Macenery. Row 4: Loundes 
Pope, Gary Baughman, Mike 
Ryan, Jim Holstein, Robert 
King, Laughton Sherman, 
Glenn Howie, Thomas 
Freeland, Buss Argoe. Row 5: 
Chandler Coggeshall, Bubba 



Rainwater, Bobby Medlin, 
Miles Elliot, Edward Newborn, 
Brooks Williams, Greg Terry, 
Clinton Dunn, William Luce. 
Back Row: Mai Love, Doug 
Kazmarek, Pitts Harris, Stuart 
Holwadel, Andy Butterfield, 
Stuart Gordan, Wayne Griffin, 
George Segars, Lee Powell, 
Mark Smith. 



322 X. GREEKS 



Little Sisters. Front Row: 
Stephanie Hudgins, Kim 
Loman, Meg Scoville, Allison 
Gulledge, Amy Knecht. Row 2: 



Cheryl Carson, Meg Stukes, 
Lesly Lowrance, Peg Love, 
Tricia Lee, Elizabeth Summers. 
Back Row: Ashley McTeer, 



Susan James, Sarah Truluck, 
Stephanie Ramsey, Nancy 
Blair Chaddick. 




The KAs debate some of the 
finer points of engineering. 




Michael J. Morga 



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KAPPA 
ALPHA 
THETA 



The Delta Phi Chapter of 
Kappa Alpha Theta began 
its 15th year on campus. 
With the help of 55 pledges, 
the Thetas captured the 
Overall Greek Winner tro- 
phy for their float in the 
First Friday Parade. The 
Thetas joined the APOs in 
the Diaper Relay to aid the 
Arthritis Foundation and 
the Theta's national philan- 
thropy, the Institute of 
Logopedics. 

Homecoming weekend was 
busy as the sisters participat- 
ed in Tigerama as well as 
hosted a drop-in for all 
alumni and actives. The se- 
mester was filled with ser- 



vice projects, scholastic 
achievements, and social 
functions. They held a Hal- 
loween and Christmas party 
for the Child Development 
Center. Also, many Thetas 
were tapped for membership 
into national honoraries. 
There was still time for 
spontaneous parties, Derby 
Day, and the crush party, 
"Unlucky in Love", which 
was held Friday the 13th. 

The spring semester found 
the Thetas without a sorority 
floor due to the temporary 
closing of Barnett Hall. The 
Winter Formal, CDC Easter 
Party, and the Spring Party 
highlighted the semesterT 




Front Row: Sandy EUmaker, 
Jama McDonald, Pam Brown, 
Kerry Kinser, Chau Dang, 
Tissy Phillips, Kate Stitt, 
Maria Gehl, Chris Frate, 
Ashley Claire, Tassy Osborne, 
Mary Anne Bolchoz, Skyler 
Sullivan, Sarah Ann 

Richardson, Suzanne Nugent, 
Cindi Wolterman, Jane 
Hanahan, Patti Morrison, 
Merrill Warren. Row 2: 
Mary Magneir, Angela 
McMillian, Merrill Macleod, 
Dana Johnson, Kristi Roble, 
Jocelyn Cruz, Allison Kirkley, 
Shannon Rickenbaker, Marci 



Miller, Beth Botto, Beth 
Holaday, Lori Otlowski, Carin 
Snyder, Jane Jackson, Kara 
Walsh, Stringer, Laura 
Giorgio. Row 3: Kim Casey, 
Barbara Parowski, Rebecca 
Copeland, Brenda Grainger, 
Virginia Page Snell, Traci 
Thomas, Dawn Williams, Beth 
Flanagan, Kira Fitzgerald, 
Christine Runey, Jeanie 
Weaver, Jennifer Camacho, 
Cindy Mcintosh, Kelly 
Kindelbergber. Row 4: 
Joanne Herko, Betsy 
Anderson, Shannon Whisenant, 
Kandy Mauro, Tina Dukes, 



Tracy Tripp, Andrea Brooks, 
Cindy Sellers, Jenny Pittman, 
Angela Cantey, Stacey Grooms, 
Laurie Austin, Mary Beth 
Poole. Row 5: Susan Gant, 
Ruthie Sojourner, Melanie 
Swann, Anna King, Susan 
Youngblood, Maria Xenakis, 
Belinda Taylor, Karen Noel, 
Susan Whaley, Kris Shariari, 
Lynn Bauer, Leslie Carlson, 
Amanda Morrice, Melisa Chelf, 
Beth Holland, Frances Smith, 
Teresa McGillard, Wendy 
Squires, Helen Hinton, Janis 
Mathisan. Back Row: Colleen 
Gallagher, Tracy Malcolm, 



324 



. GREEKS 



Seniors. Front Row: Suzanne 
Nugent, Jama McDonald, Pam 
Brown, Kerry Kinser, Kristi 
Roble, Mary Beth Poole, 
Merrell Warren, Chau Dang. 



Row 2: Sandy Ellmaker, Tissy 
Phillips, Dana Johnson, 
Melanie Swann, Angela 
McMillian, Skyler Sullivan, 
Ruthie Sojourner, Mary Anne 



Bolchoz. Back Row: Patty 
Morrison, Dawn Williams, 
Beth Flannagan, Kira 
Fitzgerald, Jeannie Weaver, 
Cindy Wolterman. 




Kelly Carson, Julie Laymon, 
Kathleen Fox, Lisa Hoybach, 
Kristin Orebaugh, Kim Stura, 
Shannon Simon, Lauren 
Hendricks, Ann Davignon, 
Kathryn Mclendon. 




Michael J. Morga 



Fellow Greeks live it up in the 
sun. 



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KAPPA 
DELTA 



Kappa Delta was founded 
in 1897, and Epsilon Tau 
chapter has been on campus 
since 1980. Kappa Delta has 
brought a tradition of excel- 
lence to the campus. Our 
most recent achievement has 
been to be first scholastically 
among Greek women for two 
semesters. 

We also enjoyed a wide 
range of philanthropy pro- 
jects. Sisters and pledges 
dressed up as characters dur- 
ing a Halloween Carnival for 
deaf children. KD enjoyed its 
2nd annual Mr. Greek Pag- 
eant this year. During the 
pageant, frat guys had a blast 



vying for the title. Money 
raised was donated to the 
National Committee for the 
Prevention of Child Abuse. 
We had a Shamrock every 
March to benefit the Shrin- 
er's Hospital. We began the 
semester in the First Friday 
Parade. Next, we were active 
in Derby Days and in the 
spring, KD's were always 
ready for Dixie Day. We had 
a Fall and Christmas party 
during the semester. Our 
White Rose Formal was ear- 
ly in the year, and later we 
Go Hawaiian with a luau. 
The year ended with a trip to 
the beach. 




Front Row: Mary Heyer, Sherri 
Blancett, Alison Voyer, Kim 
Tucher, Alison Hazel, Tammy 
Walker, Beth Schweitz, Janine 
Johnson, Kim Radford, 
Courtney Singleton, Kelly 
Jackson, Cindy Graham, 
Sherrye Norris, Linday Foster, 
Robin Williams, Traci 
Atkinson, Weesie Gaston, 
Annette Hudson, Kim 
Ferguson, Angela Gordon, 
Becky Davenport, Anita Hirtz. 
Row 2: Susan Gorman, Katie 
Shea, Kelly Knight, Chelle 
Clemensen, Elizabeth 

Hawkins, Aimee Matts, Tanja 
Huber, Beth Bright, Julie 



Cooper, Becky Cooper, Bottie 
Smith, Morri Michols, Beth 
Childress, Ann Jarvis, Julie 
Korn, Carta Rickenbacker, 
Jennifer Knapp, Rebecca Shea. 
Row 3: Julie Lesley, Beth 
Helms, Stacy Miller, Maureen 
Dodd, Kristy Goist, Amy Clark, 
Beth Humphrey, Tammy Dew, 
Christy Baxley, Kathryn 
Durham, Christine Witzig, 
Tammie Kaufman, Kitty 
Hughes, Karen King, Mary 
Lewis, Missy Scaftolini, Debby 
Mendenhall, Renee Laucka, 
Suzanne Shank, Laura Kerns, 
Jenn Comer, Becky Simons, 
Sandi Reid, Julie Zabel, Tiffany 



Doyle, Robin Price. Row 4: 
Andrea Alexander, Buffy 
Bryson, Liz Kropp, Tammy 
Yeargin, Suzannne Rhodes, 
Ginny Wade, Laura Gardner, 
Patsy Therrell, Jamie Jordan, 
Denise NcGeehan, Robyn 
Gagnon, Karen Owens, Marie 
Herndon, Emily McNeely. Row 
5: Mary Ellis Harvin, Vicki 
Lomax, Penni Medford, Beth 
Foster, Christine Heckman, 
Paige Ford, Chelle Cromer, 
Tracy Gardner, MIm Lindsay, 
Betts Herndon, Becca Black, 
Linda Ann Witherspoon, Libby 
Dunsford, Susan Williams. 
Back Row: Emily Burger, 



326 X. GREEKS 



Seniors. Front Row: Michelle 
Morabito, Becca Black, Anita 
Hirtz, Sherrye Norris, Robyn 
Gagnon, Kim Radford, Janine 
Johnson, Linda Foster. Row 2: 
Weesie Gaston, Kim Ferguson, 



Dottie Smith, Alison Voyer, 
Angela Gordon, Kathryn 
Durham, Julie Lesley, Robin 
Williams. Row 3: Christine 
Witzig, Batts Herndon, Annette 
Hudson, Patsy Therrell, Julie 



Zabel, Penni Medford. Back 
Row: Libby Dunsford, Beverly 
Stripling, Tracy Gardner, 
Linda Anne Witherspoon, Beth 
Foster, Susan Gorman. 




Rosanne Toth, Marianne Kizer, 
Cory Carney, Kathy Parker, 
Angela Friend, Beverly 
Stripling, Julie Wylie, Anica 
Holtzendorff, Megan Evans, 
Michelle Morabito. 




Kappa Delta shows its loyalty 
to Clemson during the First 
Friday Parade. 



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KAPPA 
KAPPA 
GAMMA 



The Epsilon Mu chapter of 
Kappa Kappa Gamma has 
participated in many activi- 
ties this year. First Friday 
Parade was the first event of 
the year, and the Kappas dis- 
played their float titled "A 
Catastrophic Crush." Next, 
the Kappas skit, "The 
Smurfs" was one of six cho- 
sen to participate in Tiger- 
ama. Derby Day was extra 
exciting because Kappa's 
representative Ashley 
McTeer won Derby Day 
Queen. 

Again Kappas were very 
proud of their top philan- 
thropy project, the Kappa 



Calendar, featuring Clem- 
son's most gorgeous guys. 
The proceeds from the sales 
of the calendar were donated 
to the Multiple Sclerosis 
Foundation. 

Kappa's social events in- 
cluded the annual Kappa 
Kidnap in November, the 
winter formal in January, 
and the New Year's Eve Par- 
ty in March. 

Kappa was also well repre- 
sented in many campus orga- 
nizations and events includ- 
ing Central Spirit, Student 
Government, cheerleading, 
beauty pageants^and various 
honor societies. 




Front Row: Rita Hunter, Cindy 
Wood, Tammy Hudgins, Cheryl 
Carson, Michele Ralston, 
Maureen Grady, Nancy 
Ruckman, Donna Branning, 
Kim Baker, Chrissy Theos, 
Leslie Hensley. Row 2: Susie 
Cooper, Lee Howell, Kim 
O'Keefe, Dolores Durham, 
Beth Clayton, Anne Meunier, 
Meg Clinkscales, Amanda 
Johnson, Susan Tabatabai, 
Haven Long, Stephanie 
Grogan, Nicole Holbrook, 
Melanie Wright, Cindy Haque. 



Row 3:Julie Kinloch, Laura 
Harmon, Cissy Ahearn, Julie 
Dodd, Peyton Bruner, Carey 
Elias, Camilla Dabney, Amy 
Pitts, Kris Jackson, Amy Jones, 
Tricia Corliss, Rennae 
Manqum, Kelly Goff, Kay 
McLaughlin. Row 4: Margaret 
Richardson, Dawn Craig, 
Suzanne Carter, Christy 
Treece, Caroline Coleman, 
Ellen Uptegrove, Elizabeth 
Holley, April Harris, Staci 
McMillan, Teaque Atkinson, 
Lee Ann Chandler, Sandee 



Sherman. Row 5: Missy 
LeGrand, Linda Branning, 
Stacey Todd, Donna Hayes, 
Jenni Donovan, Christy 
Plummer, Carolyn 

Karmilovich, Cathy Leitch, 
Lisa Russell, Susan Arnold. 
Back Row: Kelliegh Waynick, 
Jenny Alcott, Kathy Kugler, 
Cathy Sams, Connie LeGrand, 
Jocelyn Castellion, Grace Ann 
Mitchell, Aurelia Watson, 
Jennifer Manucy, Kim Truluck, 
Susan Ainsley. 



328 >». GREEKS 



Officers. Front Row: Kim 
Baker, Cindy Wood, Maureen 
Grady, Cheryl Carson, Camilie 



Dabney. Row 2: Amy Jones, 
Nicole Holbrook, Rita Hunter, 
Cindy Hague. Back Row: 



Aurelia Watson, Cathy Sams, 
Kathy Kugler, Leslie Hensley, 
Stephanie Grogan. 




The annual Kappa Kidnap is a 
traditional social event that 
takes place in the fall. The 
Kappas round up their dates 
and caravan to Charlie B's for 
a night of dancing, surprises, 
and fun. Here, the Kappas cap- 
ture the theme of the kidnap 
dressed in western wear. 




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KAPPA 
SIGMA 



Kappa Sigma's social cal- 
endar was as varied and col- 
orful as its members. Fall se- 
mester parties centered 
around Rush and home foot- 
ball games with Homecom- 
ing week being the most ex- 
citing. In addition to those 
special events, several mix- 
ers, cookouts, and informal 
gatherings with the fraterni- 
ty's Little Sisters and cam- 
pus sororities were enjoyed 
by everyone. The traditional 
"Sweetheart Ball" formal 



and fraternity resort house 
weekend provided many 
memorable moments during 
the cold winter months of 
the second semester. The 
coming of spring time 
brought lots of warmth, but 
also the excitement and spir- 
ited competition of Greek 
Week and the Greek Day 
games. As always, through- 
out the year, the Kappa Sig- 
ma biannual Buckwheat 
functions resulted in unique 
social events. 



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Front Row: Mark Holland, 
Ernie Kirch, Jon Pruitt, David 
DeWitt, Scott Broyles, Charles 
Porcher, Stacey D'Angelo, Bill 
Johnson, John DuRant, Clay 
Lowder, Cliff Wilkins, Robert 
Dallery, John DesChamps. 
Row 2: Mike Holland, Dan 
Hawkins, Andy Craig, Clay 
Thomas, Pete Bologna, Matt 
Curtis, Kevin Pennington, Ed 



Morgan, Joey Turbeville, Clint 
Greene, Gene Weston, Ken 
Nastasi. Row 3: Keith Mercier, 
Mike Page, Jeff Watson, 
Steven Craig, Brandon Stutts, 
Allen Ward, Russ Madray, 
Matt Mims, Mike Little, Cliff 
Costa, Stuart Rabb, Mike 
Taylor. Row 4: Pat Simms, 
Mark Pifer, Craig Brown, 
Brown Clouse, Burt Welch, 



Robert Yon, Stan Lorbach, Mel 
Miles, Mike Johnson, Steve 
Schroeder, David Parks. Back 
Row: Dekle Griffith, Todd 
Walker, Kibbe Waters, Westy 
Bowen, Skip Gardiner, Rod 
Martin, Louie Schweers, Pat 
Ethridge, Bill Jerehmiah, Andy 
Fort, Austin Devaney, Jeff 
Bierman, Ron Burt. 



330 



GREEKS 



Little Sisters. Front Row: Stacey D'Angelo, Kimberly Thonen, Holly Bellinger, Julia 

Susan Urso, Melanie Wright, Miller, Sally Schaaf, Leeann Walkup, Walker Maybank. 

Wynn Betchman, Dawn Bertels, Debbie Wood, Kelleigh 

McAnly. Row 2: Lara Manucy, Waynick. Back Row: Kimberly 




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The Kudzu Kids make a return 
to the First Friday Parade. 




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PH 
DELTA 
THETA 



The past year has been one 
of change for the brothers of 
Phi Delta Theta. They have 
all recommitted themselves 
to the cause of the fraternity. 
Success in athletics, academ- 
ics, and social activities has 
raised the brothers' spirits 
sky high. 

To mention just a few of 
the accomplishments of the 
Phi Delts, they have been 
the Water Polo champions 



for the past three consecu- 
tive semesters while finish- 
ing in the top three in soccer. 
The social calendar was 
marked with such events as 
the Miami Triad Party with 
Sigma Chi and Beta Theta 
Pi, the Premaster's Mixer 
with the Tri Delts, the 
Founder's Day Formal, and a 
road trip to the Carolina Cup 
in Camden. 



Mar 



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The 
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Front Row: Barney Smith, Jon 
Ramey, Jeff Bose, Rick 
Holliday, Dave Dangerfield, 
Kathleen Kneafsey, Dave 
Ramey, Jeff Smitty, Britt 
Buice, Sean MacDermant, 
Tanner Doggett. Row 2: Mike 
Knoblauch, Chris Kersh, Chip 
Efird, Q-bert, Tom Meares, 
Doug Fletcher, Pat Doggett, 
Jim Bon Jovi, Hunter Williams, 



Ron Maday, Paul Prochaska, 
Paul Burp, Bryan Cody, Trevor 
Williams, Jimmy Roeder, Mark 
Lingus. Row 3: Joey Milne, 
Mark Lewis, Ben Schmoyer, 
Kenny Leland, Paul Phaneuf, 
Jay Frank, Vic Deyrup, 
Jack Hoggard, Tom Dowd, Eric 
Stamps, Pizza Smurf, Vivian 
Van Curen, Tom Traumann, 
Dan Quattlebaum. Back Row: 



Mark Siner, Chris Hardon, Phil 
Goldstein, Bill Zobel, Joe 
Speroni, Danny Owens, Scott 
Roberts, Art Harlow, John 
Young, Chuck McDonald, Mike 
McHenry, Russell Aucoin, 
Bogus, Greg Robinson, Scott 
McFly, Alan Smith, Ned Hux, 
Jay Fatliff, 



332 X. GREEKS 



Little Sisters. Left to right: 
Beth Payne, Nell Ann Crowe, 
Martha Montgomery, Patti 



Knoblauch, Kathleen 

Kneafsey, Tracy Kleiber, 
Donna Hayes, Laura Hahn, Jill 



Andrews. 




There appears to be plenty of 
pomp stuffing left for the Phi 
Delts. 



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PI 

BETA 
PH 



Sei 
ffil 



The Beta chapter of Pi 
Beta Phi has been on Clem- 
son's campus since 1976. 
Each year the Pi Phis prove 
to be as busy as ever with 
many social and service 
events. 

In the Spring, the Pi Phis 
treated the Collins Home 
Children with a skating par- 
ty for Easter. The Kidnap 
Social with the Alpha Tau 
Omegas and Sigma Nus 
turned out to be a successful 
fundraiser for Meals On 
Wheels. 



Some of the favorite social 
activities of the year includ- 
ed a Pre-Spring Break Party, 
a "Crush" Party for our fa- 
vorite guys. A Fall Semi-For- 
mal, a Beau and Arrow For- 
mal in Febuary, and a Spring 
Band Party, and various 
mixers and other parties. 

Pi Phis were members of 
various campus organiza- 
tions ranging from the Vol- 
leyball team and Tiger Band, 
to Golden Key Honor Soci- 
ety, and the IPTAY Student 
Advisory Board. 




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Front Row: Dawn Attaway, 
Lori Burkett, Sandy Scholl, 
Melanie Williams, Mary Orton, 
Laura Brannon, Joey 
Schaeffer, Deidre Wingate, 
Paige Ramsden. Row 2: Lee 
Hawfield, Samantha Laster, 
Ann Hagins, Renvy Hill, Liz 
Grabka, Susan Hagins, Sherri 
Sneed, Jen Gonzales, Andrea 
Singel, Susan Bennet, Anne- 
Renee Rohe. Row 3: Donna 
Cacciatore, Julleen Russell, 
Lora Broyles, Lee Chfistie, 
Carol Holliday, Beth Curtice, 
Angie Poffell, Adrienne Aucoin, 



Kelley Manderschied, 

Elizabeth Beasley, Jane 
Wright, Torie Croft. Row 4: 
Kathy Fant, Lori Knight, Carol 
Cowart, Diane Holcombe, 
Katherine Harbison, Cynthia 
Facelli, Amy Kieran, Beth 
Sadler, Kathryn Townsend, 
Micki Burkett, Christie Hunt, 
Stephanie Hall. Row 5: Jeanine 
Morrill, Jenny Evers, Amy 
Moorman, Missy Attaway, 
Shannon Mosteller, Colleen 
Ptak, Kim Chester, Romy 
Broadwell, Courtney Ratcliffe, 
Laraine Orfanedes, Stephanie 



Hassell. Row 6: Lisa Coleman, 
Cathy Poteat, Mary Usher, 
Elizabeth Hanna, Kathy 
Bradley, Jennifer Fuller, Kelly 
Allen, Miki Dalpais, Becky 
Bauer, Mary Degnan, Lisa 
Constante, Lauren Smith, 
Gretchen Bullard, Sandy 
Johnson. Back Row: Ellen 
Pruit, Beth Ann Viering, Kellie 
Joiner, Linda Lowry, Suzanne 
Schmidt, Crystal Roberts, 
Tanya Poston, Darreta 
Bruchey, Lisa Toms. 



334 N^ GREEKS 



Seniors. Front Row: Melanie Viering, Lisa Toms, Liz 
Williams, Donna Cacciatore, Grabka. Back Row: Laura 
Shannon Mosteller, Beth Ann Brannon, Kathy Fant, Cynthia 



Facelli, Lori Knight, Susan 
Hagins, Beth Sadler, Ellen 
Pruitt, Deidre Wingate. 




The Pi Phis wave to the oncom- 
ing Cat-astrophe. 




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PI 

KAPPA 
ALPHA 



The brothers of Eta Alpha 
Chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity continued to 
strive for success during the 
1987-88 academic year. Fol- 
lowing the most successful 
rush ever at Clemson, the 
brothers sponsored the Thir- 
teenth Annual First Friday 
Parade. A new aspect was 
added to the parade this 
year. Miss Kelly Cockfield of 
Alpha Chi Omega was 
named the first Miss First 
Friday, a competition which 
raised money for Helping 
Hands. 



During the fall semester, 
the Pikes worked hard on 
their Homecoming display 
"Oasis of the ACC" and cap- 
tured first place with their 
Tigerama skit "Bragnet". 
The brothers also competed 
on the athletic field, in the 
classroom, in Greek Week 
sports, and Greek Sing. The 
social calendar was marked 
by afternoon and evening 
mixers, alumni drop-ins, pre- 
and post-game parties, as 
well as the Bahamas or Bust 
party." 



Sen 
Her 
Toil 
Ho« 
And 




The 
oual 



Front Row: Doug Stone, Joe 
Nelson. Row 2: Chris Whitlock, 
Mike Toms, William Bowman, 
Joe Herlong, Jeff Arnow, 
David Howell, Peter Thomas, 
Cabell Vildibill, Ian Tolmie, 
Troy Weaver, Amy Jones, Todd 
Stephens, Phil Hunt, Brett 
McGee, Mac Carr, Larry Clark, 
Chris Anderson, Todd Ivester. 
Row 3: Mike Fritz, Jon 



Hammond, Brew Yates, Larry 
Boyd. Row 4: Brock Thomas, 
Ralph Henry, Trey Blackwood, 
Jay Abraham, Jeff Duckworth, 
Andy Beckworth, David 
Bolton, Paul Gehrig, Jeff 
McCarter, Mike Mahoney, 
Brad McFall, Corky Combs. 
Row 5: Doug Cook, Richie 
Osbourne, Todd Dunlap, Bryan 
Thompson, Todd McDevitt, 



Joey Schofield, John 
Kirsimagi, Doug Cook, Nick 
Lomax, Doug Fletcher, Doug 
Crocker, David McElveen, Pat 
Quarles, Robbie Banks, Alan 
Jones, Walt Goldsby, John 
Bottomly, Ty King. Back Row: 
Skip Kirsch, Ron Rice, Bob 
Anderson, Brian Mosrie, Keith 
Couch, Westy Westmoreland, 
Bart Strickland. 



336 X. GREEKS 



Seniors. Front Row: Joe 
Herlong, Jeff Arnow, Mike 
Toms, Troy Weaver, David 
Howell, Peter Thomas Chris 
Anderson, Mac Carr, Todd 



McDevitt, Keith Couch, Joe 
Nelson, Paul Gehrig, Phil Hunt. 
Row 2: Doug Stone, Larry 
Boyd. Back Row: Todd 
Stephens, Jon Hammond, Ron 



Rice, David McElveen, Jeff 
Duckworth, Brew Yates, 
William Bowman, Brian 
Mosrie, Chris Whitlock. 




The Pikas lead off the 14th an- 
nual First Friday Parade. 




Raj Uchhana 



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riKA X. 337 



PI 

KAPPA 
PH 



The Zeta Apha Associate 
chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fra- 
ternity worked toward meet- 
ing its goals for the 1987-88 
school year. The brothers 
participated in the first 
Clemson initiation on April 
3, 1987. Pi Kappa Phi Ma- 
tional Fraternity awarded 
the brothers with the Added 
Value Award for having one 
of the largest alumni initia- 
tions in one semester. 

As a fraternity, Pi Kappa 
Phi had three major func- 
tions: scholarship, social, and 
philanthropic. The brothers 
were able to maintain a cu- 
mulative grade point average 
higher than all men's cumu- 



lative GPA. Simultaneously, 
this was the first year that Pi 
Kappa Phi fielded two unde- 
feated intramural teams and 
continued to excel in the oth- 
er intramural sports. Pi Kap- 
pa Phi also expanded its 
Rush Girl organization 
which produced a Homecom- 
ing Queen candidate and Pi 
Kappa Phi held several 
mixers. 

Pi Kappa Phi's philan- 
thropic project, PUSH, was 
quite successful. The broth- 
ers were able to raise hun- 
dreds of dollars for the 
handicapped. 

Pi Kappa Phi National 
Fraternity, founded at the 




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Left to right: Robert 
Riemensnider, Scott Gasparini, 
David Chesal, Keith Sessions, 
Scott Nelson, Scott Price, 
Joseph Flenniken, Christopher 
Cook, Brian Kiley, Scott 
Brazell, Derek Lowery, Joseph 



Buckmaster, Todd Wilkes, 
Charles Hughes, Jon Ross, 
Kevin Reeves, Robert 
Meadows, Tony Lolas, Thomas 
Tempe, Ames Foley, Ken 
McConnell, Michael Doering, 
David McDonald, Robert Gray, 



Michael D'Alessandro, Roy 
Timm, William C. Sweatman, 
Floyd McFann, Scott Ebert, 
James Burroughs, David 
Harris. 



338>k. GREEKS 



College of Charleston in 
1904, was one of the stron- 
gest fraternities nationwide. 
Pi Kappa Phi took a stand 
against hazing and date rape. 



Pi Kappa Phi has made na- 
tional news on these topics. 
One of the first truly nation- 
al fraternities, Pi Kappa Phi 
had 107 chapters and 16 col- 



onies. Pi Kappa Phi has been 
the fastest growing national 
fraternity in the United 
States every year since 1959. 




Officers. Left to right: Tom 
Tempe, Mike Doering, David 
Chesal, Scott Gasparini, 
William Sweatman, Rob Gray, 
David Harris, David 

McDonald. 




Rush Girls. Left to right: Laura 
Shirley, Lynn Holtzclaw, Lara 
Tritschler, Kris Nocht, Davcrn 
Thrasher, Tammy Smith, 
Angela Brookbank, Kim Pace, 
Tina Chapman, Laura Klein, 
Wendy Foster, Tracy 
Mandeville, Dell Padgett, 
Paige Richardson. 



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IIK* >v 339 



SIGMA 

ALPHA 

EPSILON 



The brothers of Sigma Al- 
pha Epsilon entered their 
18th year on the campus of 
Clemson University with a 
busy schedule. Pre-game 
cookouts, band parties, so- 
rority mixers, a party with 
the Maryland SAEs, and the 
annual Chi 0-SAE Tub-a- 
Thon for Muscular Dystro- 
phy highlighted the fall se- 
mester. The brothers also 
built the float for the Home- 



coming Queen and her court. 
Two of the ten finalists in 
the Homecoming pageant 
were little sisters. 

The spring semester was 
busy with more sorority mix- 
ers, a fantastic rush, a trip to 
Florida for spring break, the 
annual "House Party" ski 
trip to the mountains, and 
their traditional spring for- 
mal which was held at the 
Clemson House. "^^ 




Front Row: Chris Riccardi, 
Chuck Swearingen, Gardner 
Fisher, Rick Sartory, Pam 
Beiter (Sweetheart), Mike 
Goodling, Tim Camp, Jim 
Babinchak, Joe Young 
(advisor). Row 2: Tim Boulden, 
Laurens Wilson, Ty Townsen, 
Mark Ferel, Jim Spiropolis, 
Randy Shields, Richard Dorn, 
Steve Wakely. Row 3: Tommy 



Pugh, Al Bowman, Andy Kee, 
Douglas Lynn, Danny Conti, 
David Nix, Steve McLauren, 
Hank Robinson, John Grote, 
Brock Conrad. Row 4: Jim Lis, 
Mike Boulden, Shawn DeKold, 
Bert Golinski, Allen Rasheed, 
Gautham Gondi, Pat Thomson, 
Jamie Shine, Patrick 
Sharbough, Mark Kunkel. Row 
5: Clint Cole, Bryan Chepard, 



Gris McDonald, Scott Burris, 
Wes Smith, Donnie Brax, Rich 
Turner, Todd Richie, Mark 
Young. Back Row: STewart 
McWhater, Mike Wolfe, Kit 
Tomlin, Martin Lowry, Sven 
Nielson, Eric Kissner, Bret 
Barry, John Stathis, Scott 
Lovin, John Strovel. 



340 X GREEKS 



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Little Sisters. Front Row: Liz Tim Camp, Kimberly Lark, Rhonda Wright, Angie Laws, 
Gwaltnex, Catherine Stuhr, Cathy HarrelL Back Row: Kathy Wakely, Pam Beiter. 




A SAE enjoys himself at Greek 
Day. 




Russell Speicher 



2AE 



2AKX. 341 



SIGMA 
CHI 



The 1987-88 academic year 
was the 10th anniversary of 
the Eta Psi chapter of Sigma 
Chi. Since our establishment 
on Clemson's campus on 
May 7, 1977, the chapter has 
steadily grown. In 1986-87, 
we won Anchor Splash for 
the second year, as well as 
Greek Day sports. We placed 
4th in Homecoming displays 
and had the 2nd highest 
GPR of all fraternities on 
campus. 

In 1987-88, we placed 4th 
in Homecoming displays 
again. Fall semester saw the 
biggest Rush we have had. 
We inducted 27 fine men as 
pledges and 18 little sister 



pledges. Derby Day was the 
Greek World's largest fun- 
draiser. The 1986 Derby Day 
raised $5,000 for Greenville's 
Shriner's, Hospital. The 1987 
Derby Day raised $10,000. 
for Helping Hands of 
Clemson. 

Other activities included 
Faculty Appreciation Hours, 
and annual Morrison Ele- 
mentary help on Homecom- 
ing display. Brothers were 
involved in Central Spirit, 
Student Government, Inter- 
fraternity Council, TAPS, 
honor and professional soci- 
eties. Bowling and Ski teams, 
and all intramural sports. 




Front Row: Raj Uchhana, 
Dennis Dinge, James 
Campbell, Joseph Mahaffey, 
Bruce Dunlap, William Joyce, 
Bryant Bagwell, John 
Renshaw, Jeffrey Cetola, 
Pepper Horton, Jerome Espino. 
Row 2: James Standridge, Ron 
Landon, David Sturkey, Steve 
Tessener, Evan Burns, Trent 
Mattingly, Chip Day, David 
Burcher, Joe Kotwis, Todd 



Soderlund. Row 3: First Lady, 
Paul Brown, Chuck Weeks, 
Keith Soderlund, Jim Geekster, 
Eric Manske, John Paulino, 
Eric Bunton, James Taylor, Jay 
Barber, Peter Wasmer, Chris 
Cangelosi. Row 4: Bill Bradley, 
John Taylor, Jim Murphy, John 
Harroun, Mike Burdette, Steve 
Jaworski, Jason Jennings, 
Darrin Clause, Doug 
Van Wingerden, Scott Farrisee, 



Steven Lingerger, John 
Harlan. Row 5: Dan Townsend, 
Chris Sinclair, Walt Edge, 
Chris Ferro, Bob Anderson, 
Brian Lady, Brad Duncan, 
Troy Weakley. Back Row: 
Brian Bond, Eddie Gardner, 
David Kistner, Jeff Celura, Rob 
Malone, Mike Hughes, Chris 
Carlson. 



342 



GREEKS 



Little Sisters. Front Row: 
Michelle Clark, Sarah 
Hollingsworth, Angela 

Quarles, Shannon Mosteller, 
Tracy Clark, Dana Buckles, 
Lori Montgomery. Row 2: Beth 



Neal, Shelly Cunningham, 
Karen Pratt, Lori Brookshire, 
Christie Long, Laura Gardner, 
Andrea Mooney, Helen Garren, 
Rebecca Grice, Gina Brewer. 
Row 3: Kelly Coles, Susan 



Floyd, Julie Shuler, Sonya 
Coleman, Anna Guerry, 
Michaela McCall, Jennifer 
Connors, Rachael Lyon, 
Sherri Smith. Back Row: Kay 
Weathersby, Celia Godbold. 



Amanda Goodwin, Cassandra 
Perrine, Missy Abernathy, Kim 
McGaha, Lori Cove, Tracy 
Bostic, Tonia Strain. 




Officers. Left to right: Keith 
Soderlund, John Lady, Jay 
Barber, Peter Wasmer, Trent 
Mattingly, Ronald Landon, 
Joseph Mahaffey, Eric 
Manske, Dennis Dinge. 




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SIGMA 
NU 



The brothers of Theta 
Zeta chapter of Sigma Nu 
Fraternity kicked off the fall 
semester by winning the 
Overall Homecoming Award 
with a 1st place finish in the 
moving display competition 
and a 2nd place finish in Ti- 
gerama. Sigma Nu also 
worked hard in the local 
community pursuing various 
philanthropy projects. The 
brothers collected money for 
MD, ran a Halloween Carni- 
val for local elementary 
school children, and made 
daily visits to Clemson 
Downs, a local retirement 
community. This was topped 
off with Theta Zeta's Game 



Ball Run in which the broth- 
ers ran the game ball for the 
Clemson — USC football 
game to Columbia. The mon- 
ey raised from the Run went 
to fight Lou Gehrig's 
Disease. 

The fall social calendar in- 
cluded mixers, pre-game 
cookouts, and post-game 
parties. The year was high- 
lighted with the Spring For- 
mal in Waynesville, N.C., 
and the infamous end of the 
year Myrtle Beach blowout 
known as Gatorball. Sigma 
Nu also fielded highly com- 
petitive teams in both Intra- 
mural and Interfraternity 
competition. 




Front Row: Herbie Hames, 
David Lathan, Alan Pope, 
Mark Dodds, Jay Brackett, 
Michelle Morabito, Mark 
Glass, Brent Waldfogel, Tony 
Greer, Walter Duffie, Ted Ford. 
Row 2: Michael Lockhart, Scott 
Jackson, Mike Goodrich, Mark 
Timbel, Dewitt Miles, Michael 
Cosson, Bryan Finch, Matt 
Potter, Ed Cotton, Bill 



Schachte. Row 3: William Cook, 
Scott Laedlein, John Rich, 
Joshua Theodore, Mike Ikeler, 
Michael Wannamaker, Brad 
Wilson, Jay League, Grover 
Martin, Todd Newton. Row 4: 
Ernie Coskrey, Steve Brink, 
Carl Pearson, Mike Hill, Mike 
Ferguson, Eric Asperheim, Ben 
Bentley, Steve Friedrick, 
David Seavey, Richard Jaynes. 



Row 5: David Butler, William 
Gravely, Carl Butler, Bobbit 
Jenkins, Scott Wall, Allan 
Gwaltney, Brent Smith, Chris 
Morabito, Tim Lewis, Miguel 
Giles. Back Row: Tony 
Decharia, Jordan Harris, Brian 
Lewis, Michael Pereyo, Croft 
Hollingsworth, Greg Niemer, 
Jim Kaplan, Scott Haley, Pat 
Day, George Schmauch, 



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Seniors. Front Row: Scott 
Jackson, Mark Dodds, Jay 
Brackett, Walter Duffie, Mark 
Glass, Tony Greer, Bill 
Schachte. Row 2: William Cook, 



Mike Goodrich, Michael 
Cosson, Bryan Finch, David 
Seavy, Herbie Hames. Row 3: 
Tony Decharia, Jordan Harris, 
Mike Ikeler, Jim Kaplan, Chris 



Morabito, George Schmauch. 
Back Row: Ernie Coskrey, 
Scott Vaedune, Carl Butler, 
Scott Wall, Eric Asperheim, 
William Gravely. 




A Sigma Nu and a Theta ham it 
up for the camera at Dixie Day. 




Michael J. Morga 



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SIGMA 

PHI 
EPSILON 



The South Carolina Beta 
chapter of Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon started its 17th year at 
Clemson with over one hun- 
dred brothers enabling them 
to be a strong force in intra- 
mural and interfraternity 
competition. 

During the school year, the 
brothers stayed active with 
band parties, sorortiy mix- 
ers. Attitude Adjustment So- 



cials, and the annual Sweet- 
heart Formal. The brothers 
also enjoyed weekend outing 
in their fraternity vehicle the 
OR-BEAST. The year culmi- 
nated with a beach trip after 
exams. 

In the Summer, the broth- 
ers came back to Clemson to 
paint the giant tiger paws 
that line the roads coming 
into campusT 




Front Row: John Turner, 
Shawn Smith, Christian 
Ouimet, Rich Baiano, J. B. 
Meanor, Carroll Cox (sweet- 
heart). Bob Pfister, Scott 
Bozeman, John Cook, Colie 
Wertz, Bill McLean. Row 2: 
Chris Barbieri, Blake 
Goldman, Bobby Long, Martin 
DiBello, Chad Puckhaber, Rob 
Baker, Hal Mardenborough, 
Doug Bergman, Chris Byrne, 
Richard Smith, Pat Condon. 
Row 3: Scott Bell, Jeff Saylor, 
Jim Ludden, Brian Welch, 
Hank Hammond, Chris Beard, 
Chip Lake, Brent Fidler, Scott 



Weaver, Ted Smith, Kevin 
Caulfield, Tony Lewis. Row 4: 
Rob Achenberg, Brian Rogers, 
Barry Brooks, Ray Fogle, Lee 
Hembree, Tom Phillips, Tom 
Greer, Brent Bull, John 
Stasney, Scott Mohler. Row 5: 
Adam Hayes, Bob Dalton, 
Mark Spies, Scott Daughtery, 
Scott Gstell, Chris Wilson, 
James Johnson, Alan Todd, 
Gary Ornstein, Tom Winkopp, 
Keith Riddle, John SchuUer. 
Row 6: Grant Burns, Steve 
Chapman, Andy Beach, Chris 
Bailey, Scott Meller, John 
Twitty, George Dowling, Kevin 



Boatwright, Eric Bertonazzi, 
Don Hammond. Row 7: Chris 
Swale, Mark Essay, Rick 
Alvarez, Russell Green, Jim 
Connolly, Guy Boardman, Mike 
Andress, Andy Bylenga, Rob 
Binnicker. Row 8: Kenny 
Littlejohn, Pat Chang, Jeff 
Abdou, Jeff Cain, Steve 
Stouthamer, Rick Herring. 
Back Row: Marc Cote, Jim 
Walls, Dave Garrison, Jeff 
Swanson, Charles Herbert, 
Chuck Tarlton, Bill Rochester. 



346 >w GREEKS 



Golden Hearts. Front Row: Lee 
Cone, Carroll Cox. Row 2: Lisa 
Weaver, Ashley Klutz, Laura 
Caster. Row 3; Bonnie Burton, 



Kim Kaercher, Ginny Cason. 
Row 4: Keitha Faile, Farrow 
Cole, Lori Land, Betsy Barton. 
Row 5: Lynn Martin, Tassie 



Osborne, Barbara Garvin, Kim 
Caulfield. Back Row: Julie 
Coates, Julie Leonard, Angie 
Evman, Kristie Lynch. 




Seniors. Front Row: Andy 
Beach, Adam Hayes, Hank 
Hammond, Jeff Saylor, John 
Stasney. Row 2: Grant Burns, 
Barry Brooks, Bob Dalton, 
Steve Chapman, Scott Weaver, 
Tom Winkopp. Row 3: Jeff 
Abdou, Chris Bailey, Jim 
Connolly, Mike Andress, Tony 
Lewis. Row 4: Marc Cote, 
David Garrison, Guy Board- 
man, Richard Smith, Kevin 
Caulfield, Don Hammond. Row 
5: Jim Walls, Jeff Cain, Tom 
Phillips, Andy Bylenga, Kenny 
Littlejohn. Row 6: Charles 
Herbert, John Twitty, Rob 
Achenberg. Back Row: Brian 
Rogers, Ted Smith. 




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FRATER- 
NITY 
COUNCIL 



The Interfraternity Coun- 
cil governed its fifteen mem- 
ber fraternities through an- 
other successful year. The 
IFC strived to develop and 
maintain a supportive and 
responsible Greek system, 
linking the fraternities with 
University administration, 
the Panhellenic Council, and 
the Pangreek Council. 

The IFC, composed of two 
elected members from each 
chapter, began the year by 
putting together a quality 
fall rush program. It put to- 
gether programs for post- 



football game parties. In 
maintaining a positive influ- 
ence on the entire University 
program, the IFC completed 
another successful rush in 
the spring, culminating the 
year with a hand in the new 
Greek Week activities. 

The IFC actively seeks 
participation from its mem- 
bers and fraternity members. 
With this participation and 
effective governing, the IFC 
hopes to enrich the lives of 
each of its chapters' 
members. 




Front Row: Todd Pigeon 
(Secretary), Drew Williams 
(Treasurer), James 

Jendraslek, Danny Vickery, 
Adam Hayes, Nathan Smith, 
Scott Gasparini, Jay Barber, 



Charles Laltay (IFC Advisor), 
Derek Dittner, Greg Roberts, 
Tom Greer, Dave Schulenberg, 
Steve Swartwood. Row 3: Clay 
Lowder, Steven Craig, 
Marshall Ramsey, Kit Tomlin, 



Tim Boulden, Sean 

Macdermant, Jay Boland. Back 
Row: Tanner Doggett, Ben 
Crowder, Joe Nelson, Jim 
Walls (President), Roy Timm, 
John Lady. 



348 >w GREEKS 



Front Row: Suzanne Nugent, 
Beth Foster, Pam Schuler, Cori 
Garners, Nancy Wolf, Michele 
Bowler, Lisa Willimon, Jami 
Sons. Row 2: Debbie Wood, 
Melissa Faulkner, Kara Walsh, 



Connie Cribb, Kathi Kugler, 
Missy Schwartz, Tanya Avery. 
Row 3: Jill Humphrey, Jill 
Guthrie, Robyn Gagnon, Mary 
Orton, Becky Bauer, Cheryl 
Thompson. Row 4: Stacey 



D'Angelo, Maureen Grady, 
Beth Ballard, Andrea 
Thompson, Mary Anne Bolchoz, 
Jennifer Knapp. Back Row: 
Joni Solesbee, Pam Belton, 
Nancy Blair Chaddick. 




The Panhellenic Council 
was the common link be- 
tween the nine women's so- 
rorities on campus and was 
comprised of the president 
and two delegates from each 
group. The largest undertak- 
ing of the Panhellenic Coun- 
cil was sorority rush held 
each fall. Throughout the 
year, Panhellenic was also 
very active in providing 
scholastic recognition, social 
functions, and service pro- 
jects for Greeks. This past 
year, Panhellenic worked es- 
pecially hard on an Early 
Rush Proposal, a Panhellen- 



ic Dorm Proposal, and a 
Panhellenic newsletter. 

The Junior Panhellenic 
Council, comprised of the 
President and two delegates 
from each sorority's pledge 
class, introduced Panhellen- 
ic spirit to the new Greek 
members. A Panhellenic 
Pledging ceremony was giv- 
en for the pledge classes as 
well as a dinner so that 
pledges from different soror- 
ities could meet each other. 
Panhellenic spirit kept 
Greek women working to- 
gether to be _the best that 
they could be. 



PAN- 
HELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



PANHELL 



349 



DELTA 
SIGMA 
THETA 



Delta Sigma Theta Soror- 
ity originally listed her pur- 
pose as being "to establish 
and maintain a high stan- 
dard of morality and scholar- 
ship among women." She has 
maintained that ideal and 
gone on to seek other goals 
for the black community as 
well as society in general. 
Delta's major program activ- 
ity took place at the chapter 
level where local chapters 
used their membership, 
training, and resources to 
meet community needs. 

The history of Delta Sig- 
ma Theta Sorority is a trib- 
ute to the spirit and imagina- 
tion of the 22 women who 



founded it on Jan. 13, 1913 at 
Howard University. The 
ideas, evolution, contribu- 
tions of Delta are portrayed 
and understood in the con- 
text of the events which fos- 
tered the Sorority's 
existence. 

The Sorority's develop- 
ment during seven decades 
revealed the focus on the 
changing needs of society 
and the recognition of these 
needs by the organization. 
Sustained by the bond of sis- 
terhood, the challenges and 
successes of 73 years inspired 
members today and assured 
us that our organization will 
endure. 




Front Row: Janine Anthony 
(Vice-President), Linda 
Williams, Elena Mobley 
(Treasurer), Sheryl Good. Row 



2: Monique Law (President), 
Carol L. Emanuel (Custodian), 
Trixie Golden (Chaplain). Back 
Row: Marvelyn Pettigrew, 



Lisa Gambrell (Secretary), 
Danita E. Gibson (Journalist), 
Myra Hughes 

(Parliamentarian). 



350 



GREEKS 



Front Row: Karen Reece, 
Barbara Jones, Leslie Rawls, 
Trudy Miller, Cindy Areledge, 
Kristy Miller, Beth Compton, 
Suzanne Sherrerd, Jill Russell, 
Beth Kelly. Row 2: Angela 
Elder, Debbie Krejci, Suzanne 



Mitchell, Johanna 

Cunningham, Ellen Boozer, 
Shannon Rosemond, Donna 
Reeves, Amy Wagner, Amy 
Austin, Adethia Hervey, Leslie 
McDonald, Sara Kelly, Sallie 
Folk. Row 3: Melissa Terry, 



Lynn Cantrell, Tracie 
Kimbrough, Margaret Wilson, 
Alynis Childress, Korinne 
Smith, Dianne Martin, Hillary 
Meintjes, Jennifer Stall, 
Debbie McCracken, Ann 
Driskell, Beth Wood. Back 



Row: Linda Sheer, Regina 
Breazeala, Tonya Smith, 
Michelle Thigpen, Rhoda 
Redding, Cindy Leaperd, Missy 
Higgs, Uta Von Recum, Rhonda 
Wiginton, Carol Skelton, 
Natalie Thomas. 





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Seniors. Front Row: Karen Compton, Jill Russell. Row 2: Reeves, Idethia Harvey, Cunningham, Rhoda Redding, 
Reece, Barbara Jones, Cindy Leslie Rawls, Alynis Childress, Jennifer Stall. Back Row: Hillary Meintjes, Amy Wagner. 
Arteledge, Christy Miller, Beth Shannon Rosemond, Donna Angela Elder, Johanna 




Gamma Sigma Sigma, a 
national womens' service so- 
rority, was very active on 
Clemson's campus. The orga- 
nization was founded nation- 
ally in 1952 and was estab- 
lished at this university in 
1969. The sorority's ideals 
are friendship, service, and 
equality. All college women 
are eligible for membership. 
In the Fall, the sorority 



sponsored a Rock-a-Thon for 
the American Cancer Soci- 
ety, and in the Spring, the 
members participated in a 
Walk-a-Thon for the March 
of Dimes. Other activities in- 
cluded visiting the Shriner's 
Hospital and Collins Chil- 
dren's Home, and babysit- 
ting for the university 
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KAPPA 

ALPHA 

PSI 



The undergraduate and 
alumni chapter of Kappa Al- 
pha Psi was the realization of 
a dream shared by ten astute 
brothers. The founding of 
Kappa Alpha Psi took place 
on Jan. 5, 1911, on the cam- 
pus of Indiana University of 
Bloomington, Indiana. Kap- 
pa Alpha Psi continued to 
grow and prosper under the 
leadership of brothers on the 
graduate and undergraduate 
level. Kappa Alpha Psi was 
about achievement. Achiev- 
ing your goals, dreams, and 
ambitions, this was what our 
fraternity was about. 

The Kappa Lambda chap- 



ter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fra- 
ternity, Inc. was founded on 
October 16, 1980 by seven 
men who sought a bond of 
brotherhood here at Clem- 
son and nationally. The 
charter line name was 
"Clemson Crimson Seven." 
Since the founding of the 
Kappa Lamda chapter, sixty 
outstanding men have joined 
the Kappa Alpha Psi bond. 
The chapter was constantly 
seeking to achieve and excel 
in every field of human en- 
deavor as they assisted in 
making Jife better for 
mankind. 




Front Row: Frederick Giles, 
Timothy Reaves, Ronald 
Henderson, Roderick Perkins. 



Row 2: Paul McFadden, Ray 
Inabinette, Darwin Fencher. 
Back Row: Tony Inabinette, 



Maurice Halloway, William 
Long, Theophilus Ulmer. 



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Top: Pete Matsko, Jeff Cowen, 
Mike Kelly, Paul Lechner, Joel 
Collins, Sarah Blackman, Mike 
Mullinax, Mike Keller, Rob 
Morris, Beth Wood, Danny 



Vickory, Luke Jackson, 
Peanut, Clay Britt, Ted Collins, 
Dave Adcock, Scott Henderlite, 
Richard Willems, Steve 
Coleman, Will Moore, Linda 



Shaw, Todd Sanford. Bottom: 
Mike Perrault, Pat Flaherty, 
Phil Grimes, Chuck 

Youngblood. 







Theta Chi, the red, white, 
and you ... I can shovel dirt 
until your mother dies . . . 
SFBL ... It's all Danny's 
fault . . . Got a smoke? . . . 
That'll work , . . The gerani- 
um kingdom . . . Has anyone 
seen my rubber chicken? . . . 
Shut up! Jeopardy's on . . . 
Wardance! . . . I'll be fine, 
I've got the magic beads . . . 
Bloody breakfast ... I am 
the spiking dude! . . . It's 
good to be the king , . . Not 
just a snack food, but a door- 
stop as well . . . Dude, dude, 
too much! . . . E-walk . . . 
Blop! . . . (Ring, ring) S'cuse 
me! . . . The gripless wonder 



in sweats . . . The kingdom 
of mellio ... Is she sleeping 
on the couch again? . . . 
Grange foot Indian tribe . . . 
I must have had a good time, 
I can't remember what hap- 
pened . . I can't believe I 
tye-dyed my whole laundry 
pile . . . She's how old?! . . . 
Cry for the Indians . . . Don't 
sleep in Cleveland . . . Mosh- 
ing penguins ... I'd rather 
eat worms ... At the copa 
. . . The coordination crew 
. . . We need more mixer . . . 
Bummer #145 — Mean 
Clowns . . . D. H. Salute, The 
brothers of Theta Chi. 



THETA 
CHI 



0X X. 353 



GAMMA 

PHI 

BETA 






Clemson University's 
Greek system welcomed a 
new member into its organi- 
zation in January. Gamma 
Phi Beta Sorority was colo- 
nized on campus with the 
help of University of Georgia 
Gamma Phis and other area 
alums by holding an open 
rush January 19-22 and a 
formal pledging ceremony to 
present the Gamma Phi 
pledges to the university on 
January 24. The need for a 
new sorority at Clemson be- 
came evident when over 600 
girls went throught Fall 1987 
rush. This tremendous par- 
ticipation in rush pushed 
many sorority's pledge class- 
es to 55 girls. The presence of 



another sorority during for- 
mal rush will allow even 
more girls to participate in 
the Greek life at Clemson 
University. 

Gamma Phi Beta has an 
interesting history and a 
great deal to offer both the 
Greek system and its mem- 
bers. Founded on November 
11, 1974 at Syracuse Univer- 
sity, Syracuse, New York, by 
Frances E. Haven, the soror- 
ity's ideals of developing the 
highest type of womanhood 
have been the essence of its 
continued existence. Gamma 
Phi's official colors are light 
brown and dark brown, and 
their unofficial colors are 
red, yellow, blue, and green. 




Their symbol is the crescent 
moon and the pink carnation 
is their flower. The Crescent 
is their magazine, which has 
been published continuously 
since 1900, fosters the idea of 
strengthened sisterhood 
through communication. 
Gamma Phis are also proud 
of being one of the original 
seven sororities that founded 
the National Panhellenic 
Conference. 
As with all Greeks, service 



is an important part of a 
Gamma Phi Beta chapter's 
success. Service to others al- 
lows for the utility of each 
individual's time and talent. 
The international philan- 
thropy for Gamma Phis is 
known as Camping for Spe- 
cial Girls. Girls who are fi- 
nancially deprived, physical- 
ly impaired, medically 
disabled, emotionally dis- 
turbed, or abused are offered 
a special experience at these 



Donna Andrews 
Sit down, sit down, we're trying 
to start a sorority. 



354 X. GREEKS 





Michael J. Morga 
Gamma Phi Beta opens its doors to Clemson University. 



If there's Gamma Phi shirts and paraphernalia on campus, then 
it's only fitting that a sorority be made to use them. 



camps which are operated 
and funded entirely by Gam- 
ma Phis and contributions to 
the Gamma Phi Beta 
Foundation. 

Clemson's chapter, Epsi- 
lon Theta, after receiving 
over 90 new pledges, began 
residing on the 8th floor of 
Manning Hall. The pledges 
were excited about becoming 
involved in the Greek life at 
Clemson and expected to be 
participating in the many ac- 
tivities of the Spring semes- 
ter. Because of the large 
number of girls who have be- 
come pledges, it is possible 
that Gamma Phis will be 
able to participate in Fall 
rush 1988. 



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A GREEK'S 
GALLERY OF 
NECESSITIES 



Few groups on Clemson's campus are as 
proud to show off their affiliation as the 
Greeks. It is hard to find a place around 
Clemson University where there is not 
someone displaying their Greek loyalty 
and spirit. Greek paraphernalia has be- 
come a big business in the small town of 
Clemson and is expected to grow along 
with the university and the Greek system. 

Several stores in downtown Clemson as 
well as the Clemson University Book 
Store carry a wide selection of Greek 
clothing and other items personalized for 




356 ^S. GREEKS 




Marlene Laguitan 




all the different fraternities and sororities. 
A sampling of items that can be purchased 
range from shirts of all styles to cups of all 
sizes; from notebooks, pads, stationery, 
and pens to stuffed animals; and from but- 
tons and bumper stickers to lavaliers and 
pins. Most of these items are absolute ne- 
cessities to the true Greek. Upon seeing a 
new shirt, for example, the usual reaction 
is "I must have that shirt" (to go along 
with the other 24 just like it). But that is 
just part of being a Greek. 




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Adair, John L. Ill Cross Hill, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Albritton, James Magnolia, AR 

Engineering Mechanics 

Anderson, Christopher T Greenwood, SC 

Industrial Management 

Anderson, Robert John Spartanburg, SC 

Accounting 

Andrews, Christopher C Seneca, SC 

Computer Science 

Ankers, Scott Waldorf, MD 

Management 

Arias, Ron Cedar Grove, NJ 

Financial Management 

Backman, Stoney W Norway, SC 

Entomology 

Baker, Stephen F Marietta, SC 

Administrative Management 

Balsa, Marc Jorge Spartanburg, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Bamert, Bonnie Summerville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Barradale, Eric Karl Salem, NJ 

Mechanical Engineering 

Bates, Roger Williston, SC 

Agricultural, Mechanization 

Beach, Melinda C Central, SC 

Occupational Therapy 

Beatty, Guy Charlotte, NC 

Architecture 

Boyd, Lawrence No. Myrtle Beach, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Brodmerkel, Janet K Clover, SC 

Management 
Bryan, Jacob Hardy Aiken, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Bryant, James R Seneca, SC 

Computer Engineering 
Bultz, Brenda D Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Burgess, Gary Blair Greenville, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Bynum, Richard Winston-Salem, NC 

Architecture 

Bywater, Frederick B. Jr Orlando, FL 

Computer Engineering 

Campbell, Carolyn D Fork, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Carmichael, Donna S Clemson, SC 

French/Economics 

Caulkins, Susan Edith Sumter, SC 

Family Health Nursing 
Cauthin, Mark William Lancaster, SC 

Financial Management 
Champion, Amanda Lee Lancaster, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

CipoUone, Robert Andrew Taylors, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Clary, Lou Ann Fort Lawn, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 



362 



CLASSES 





clayton-gruca 



Clayton, Michael Myrtle Beach. SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Collins, Steven B. Pickens, SC 

Administrative Management 

Crews, William 0. Jr Yemassee, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Crumley, Robert D., Jr Jackson, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Cunningham, Joanna L Cowpens, SC 

Financial Management 

Currier, Stephen T Atlanta, GA 

Financial Management 

Dallery, Robert L Sumter, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Dalton, Robert C Colonia, NJ 

Ceramic Engineering 

Damon, David L North Charleston, SC 

Architecture 

Davis, Karon P , Clemson. SC 

Graphic Communications 

Davis, Randall Lee Duncan, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Deschamps, Wallace P. Jr Wisacky, SC 

Counseling/Guid Services 
Dickinson, Loraine Jacksonville Boh, FL 

Financial Management 
Dillon. Scott Ellisville, MO 

Financial Management 
Dufl'y, Lawrence John Charleston, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Dupre, Gary Moncks Corner, SC 

Civil Engineering 
Elzoghbi, Antoine Lebanon 

Computer Engineering 
Folk, Sallie B Florence, SC 

Industrial Management 

Frasier, Keehna Summerville, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 
Fuqua, Jamie Aiken, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Gabriel, Darien R Summerville, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Gaines, Keith Greenville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Gamble, Peter Ross Columbia, SC 

Computer Science 

Garcia, George Roy Seneca, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Garrett, Norman P Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Godfrey, Meg Roswell, GA 

Financial Management 

Gowan, David Charles Reidville, SC 

Management 

Gray, Hugh B., Jr Allendale, SC 

English 

Griffin, Christi Eastover, SC 

Accounting 

Gruca, Debbie Hendersonville, NC 

Financial Management 



SENIORS X. 363 



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December Graduates 



Halliburton, Jeffrey L Savannah, GA 

Civil Engineering 

Harrison, Priscilla R Six Mile, SC 

Computer Science 

Harrison, Susan E Ruston, LA 

Accounting 

Hay, Abraham I Liberty, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Hayden, Kim Marie Ladson, SC 

Administrative Management 

Henderson, Ronald D Union, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Hinson, S. Jane Heath Springs, SC 

Sociology 
Holden, Brian Keith Pendleton, SC 

Accounting 
Hollinger, Greg A Greenville, SC 

Accounting 
Holloway, Maurice D Jefferson, SC 

Accounting 

Hood, Harriet Elizabeth Richmond, KY 

Building Science/Management 

Hord, Norman Gary Clemson, SC 

Nutrition 

Howington, Kenneth B Blacksburg, SC 

French 

Hudgens, Kimberly Elaine Greenville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Johnson, Dean A Goose Creek, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Fraternities enjoy cookouts before 
home football games. 






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Johnson, Thomas N Pensacola, FL 

Computer Engineering 

Jones, Anthony Emory Easley. SC 

Agricultural Engineering 

Julian. Lynn Michelle Taylors, SC 

Special Education/Secondary 

Julian, Sarah Lee Greenville, SC 

Industrial Management 

Kapusciarz, Mary K Springfield, VA 

Civil Engineering 

Karmilovich. Jeffrey M Pittsburgh, PA 

Mechanical Engineering 

Keel, Byron Murray Barnwell, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Kennedy, Teresa Lynn Fort Mill, SC 

Management 

Kersh, Christopher Ayre Fairfax, VA 

Garphic Communications 

Khan, Jamil A Clemson. SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Khatri-Chhetri, Janardan Nepal 

Applied Economics 

Kit, Sharon M Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Klose, Stephanie J Glastonbury, CT 

Design 

Knox, Tracie Dawn Jonesville, SC 

Elementary Education 

Koon, David E. Jr Columbia, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Krueger, Lisa Ann Chalk Hill. PA 

Industrial Education 

Lane, Harry B Yemassee, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Latimer, Michelle Suzanne Taylors, SC 

English 

Lattay, Mark Allison Clinton, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Liles, Andrew Reese Cumming, GA 

Computer Information Sys. 

Lyons, Ardisson St. Petersburg, FL 

Electrical Engineering 

Marshall, John Darryl Denville, NJ 

Industrial Management 
Martin, Eric B Greenville, SC 

Textile Management 
Martin, Martin Huskey Florence, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Martin, Thomas G. Jr Blacksburg, SC 

Management 

McBride, Tim Pacolet, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

McFadden, Paul Miller Rock Hill, SC 

Administrative Management 

Medford, Maria Waynesville, NC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Meek, James Edward Rochester, NY 

Business Administration 

Meintjes, Hillary A Anderson, SC 

Nursing 



SENIORS X. 365 



metz-sanford 



Metz. Sharleen Denise Jacksonville, FL 

Mathematical Sciences 

Mikulcik, Stacey Allison Murray, KY 

Elementary Education 

Mims, Angela Denise Anderson, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Mishoe, Phillip Summerville, SC 

Accounting 

Monroe, Edward P. Ill Clinton, NC 

Master Of Architecture 

Moore, Mark Simpsonville, SC 

Computer Engineering 
Mullinax, Jimmy Lee Blacksburg, SC 

Financial Management 
Munyi, Peter Kauiri Clemson, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Muse, James E. Ill Kentwood, LA 

Mathematical Sciences 
Myers, Robert E., Jr Lynchburg, SC 

Agricultural Education 

Nelson, Joseph Bishop Jr Clinton, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Newell, Rusty Pendleton. SC 

Oceanography 

OCain, David Steedly Orangeburg, SC 

Horticulture 

Parker, Scott Spartanburg, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Parker, Walter Taylors, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Payne, Edward A Walhalla, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Porter, Fred Clayton Chester, SC 

Engineering 

Price, Patricia J Lake Park, FL 

Administrative Management 

Price, Ray Bernard II Belmont, CA 

Industrial Management 

Ransom, T. Rich Richmond, VA 

Mechanical Engineering 

Rast, Heber Edward III Central, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Redwood, Andrew R Williston, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Reiss, Kathleen A Charleston, SC 

Psychology 

Rhudd, Anthony A Brooklyn, NY 

Mechanical Engineering 

Richardson, Franklyn Kent Irmo, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Rodgers, Scott Dion Clemson, SC 

Computer Engineering 
Rogers, Steve Greenwood, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Ross, Michael Paul Gastonia, NC 

Civil Engineering 

Rowe, John G Charleston, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Sanford, Jeffrey Blake Greenville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 




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366 



CLASSES 




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Sanmiguel. Rafael I G. Hill, San Juan, PR 

Food Science 

Savior, Jeffrey Lane Medford, NJ 

Industrial Management 

ShuU. Davis J Wagener, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Smith, Dorothy Greenville, SC 

English 

Smith, Sarina J Greer, SC 

Marketing 

Srinivasan, Srivaths Clerason, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Standridge, James Greenville, SC 

Graphic Commvmications 

Stinson, Dana Leigh Deerfield Beach, FL 

Administrative Management 

Stone, Douglas H Irvine, CA 

Mechanical Engineering 

Strawhorn, Sharon J Honea Path, SC 

Elementary Education 

Swann, Melanie West Palm Beach, FL 

Marketing 

Swett, Jeffrey B Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Tabor, Nancy Greer Greenville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Tauber, Renee M Bel Air, MD 

Biochemistry 

Thierer, Alex A Bronx, NY 

Electrical Engineering 

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Tinsley, Charlotte Deanna Anderson, SC 

Science Teaching Math 

Toms, Lisa Diane ... Germantown, MD 

Engineering Analysis 
Townsend, Amy J Rock Hill, SC 

Mechanical 'Engineering 
Vanalstine, Mark N Aiken, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Vellines, Donna Maria Spartanburg, SC 

Administrative Management 

Vey, Susan E Cowpens, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Malphrus, Mamie Garnett, SC 

Computer Science 

Wermuthcl, Christine Tampa, FL 

Computer Science 

Whaley, Ellie Michelle Florence, 3C 

Parks/Rec/Tour Mgt. 

Whelchel, Julie R Pendleton, SC 

Accounting 

Wilder, John R. Jr Walhalla, SC 

Management 

Willems, Richard R.M Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Williams, Teresa C Stamford, VT 

Science Teaching Math 

Zeigler, Eugene Poole Orangeburg, SC 

Management 



A symbol of all the hard work of the 
soccer team. 




368 "S. CLASSES 





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Abdou, Jeffrey P Windsor, CT 

Financial Management 

Abercrombie, Lynette P Columbia, SC 

Zoology 

Abercrombie, Mark G Broad Run, VA 

Ornamental Horticulture 

Able, Lynda Elizabeth Saluda, SC 

Elementary Education 

Ackerman, Joseph R Greenwood, SC 

Computer Science 

Ackermann. John F. N. Bellmore, NY 

Civil Engineering 

Adams, Daniel Oliver Columbia, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Adams, Denise N Charleston Hts., SC 

Computer Engineering 

Adcox, Kelley Anne Orangeburg, SC 

Economics 

Agner, Lisa Greenwood, SC 

Nursing 

Alberti, Richard John Atlanta, GA 

Industrial Management 

Albertson, Melissa Easley, SC 

Accounting 

Albritton, Jill D Clemson, SC 

Biological Science 

Alexander, Angela S Anderson, SC 

Marketing 

Alexander, Jerry Smyrna, SC 

English 

Alexander, Mamye Cecile Seneca, SC 

Spanish 

Alexander, Rob W Columbia, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Alexander, Xavier L Olanta, SC 

Industrial Management 

Alford, Gary Nelson Georgetown, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Allen, Mary Elizabeth Bennettsville, SC 

Spanish 

Alvarez, Allison Jean Rock Hill, SC 

Administrative Management 

Ammen, Richard M Inman, SC 

Financial Management 

Amspacher, Riley Liberty, SC 

History 

Amstutz, James David Chattanooga, TN 

Mechanical Engineering 

Amyx, Desiree Greenwood, SC 

Science Teaching/Biology 

Anderson. Carol E Walhalla, SC 

Secondary Education 

Anderson, David B Greenwood, SC 

Accounting 

Anderson, Dawn E Starr, SC 

Agricultural Economics 

Anderson, Tonya Leigh Seneca, SC 

Biochemistry 

Andrews, Jill Cara Columbia, SC 

Political Science 



SENIORS 



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Seniors 



Aneja, Sanjay Clemson, SC 

History 

Anthony, Don Jr . Piedmont, SC 

Management 

Antonecchia. Sara E Katonah, NY 

English 

Arendsz, Gina Aruba 

Accounting 

Arisman, Phillip A Montgomery, AL 

Computer Engineering 

Arringron, Adam C Clemson. SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Ashley, Robert L Florence, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Asperheim, Eric J Elm Grove, WI 

Electrical Engineering 

Asselin, Francois Ville, Quebec Canada 

Textile Management 

Atkinson, Traci D Easley, SC 

Marketing 

Aucoin, Russell Warren Columbia, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Avenall, Beth Anne Anderson, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Avon, Theresa L Grafton, OH 

Administrative Management 

Bagwell, Bryant Clemson, SC 

Industrial Management 

Bailes, Rosemary C Sumter, SC 

Dairy Science 

Bailey, Cherri Santee, SC 

Building Science/Management 
Bailey, David Hale II Cowpens, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Baker, Donald L Columbia, SC 

Forest Management 
Baker, Ed Matthews, NC 

Financial Management 
Baker, Kimberly S Charlotte, NC 

Business Management 

Ballard, Elizabeth Anne Sumter, SC 

Administrative Management 

Ballinger, John Clemson, SC 

Industrial Education 

Banks, Susan Elizabeth Miami, FL 

Financial Management 

Barcus, Elizabeth Winter Park, FL 

Administrative Management 

Barker, Andrew D Seneca, SC 

Science Teaching/Biology 

Barnette, Harold P. Jr Anderson, SC 

Management 

Barron, Mary Viginia Fort Mill, SC 

Parks/Recr /Tour/Mgt. 
Barton, Graham A Greenville, SC 

Management 

Basil, Janet E Columbia, SC 

Financial Management 
Baskin, Kristan R Bishopville, SC 

Management 




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Seniors 






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Bass, Gene Wesley, Jr W. Columbia, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Baumgarner, Kimberly West Union, SC 

Management 
Beach. Lawrence Andrew Kingsport, TN 

Electrical Engineering 
Beach, Timothy L Central, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Beachler, Mark David Centerville, OH 

Zoology ' 

Beasley, Sandra Gayle Bethune, SC 

Financial Management 

Beason, Mitzi B Gaffney, SC 

Computer Information Systems 

Beatty, Guy Clemson, SC 

Architecture 

Beaty, Mack Abbeville, SC 

Management 

Bedenbaugh. James Ira Laurens, SC 

Financial Management 

Bedenbaugh, Paige Camden, SC 

Accounting 

Behery, Hala H Clemson, SC 

Administrative Management 

Beidler. Douglas S Columbia, SC 

Animal Science 

Beiter, Pam Atlantis, FL 

Financial Managment 

Beitz, Stephen W.A Greenville, SC 

Secondary Education/History 

Belk, Dean Eric Walhalla, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Bello. Norman E., Jr Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Architecture 

Bendert, Mary Summerville, SC 

Nursing 

Bennett, Brian E Spartanburg, SC 

Industrial Management 

Bennett. Carol A Fountain Inn, SC 

Animal Science 

Bentley, Leshia Denise Pickens, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Benton, William L Timmonsville, SC 

Secondary Education/History 
Berger, Craig Kennett Square, PA 

Electrical Engineering 
Berry, Carl J Anderson, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Berry, Michael Duncan, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Bertels, Leanne Seaford, DE 

Mathematical Science 

Besley, Wayne Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

Mechanical Engineering 

Betoski, Tamara L Irmo, SC 

Administrative Management 
Bianchard, Betsy D Columbia, SC 

Elementary Education 
Biendicho, Roberto Miami, FL 

Industrial Engineering 



SENIORS X 371 



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Billingsley, Bernie West Chester, PA 

Mechanical Engineering 

Black, David Wayne Charleston, SC 

Computer Science 

Black, Rebecca West Columbia, SC 

Nursing 

Blackwell, Otto Scott Inman, SC 

Agriculture Education 

Blakely, Annette Travelers Rest, SC 

Elementary Education 

Blankenship, Jamie Chapin, SC 

Accounting 

Boatman, Jeff Clemson, SC 

Industrial Management 

Boatwright. Daniel B Ridge Springs, SC 

Industrial Management 

Bobeng, Donald Lee Dunwoody, GA 

Computer Science 

Bocklet, Thomas Weber Poquoson, VA 

Chemistry 

Bode, Brooke N Columbia, SC 

Microbiology 

Bolchoz, Mary Anne Charleston, SC 

Political Science/French 

Bolen, Timothy M Blackville, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Bolt, Rebecca Ann Westminster, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Bonds, Richard Woodratt, SC 

Engineering Analysis 

Bordeaux, Monica Richmond, VA 

Psychology 

Boswell, Milton Aiken, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Botero, Maria Mercedes South America 

Food Science 

Boulden, Timothy Urie Newark, DE 

Administrative Management 

Bowen, Scott C Midlothian, VA 

Computer Science 

Bowers, Beth Ann Charleston, SC 

Elementary Education 

Bowman, Albert W Scarsdale, NY 

Civil Engineering 

Bowman, William L. Ill Iva, SC 

Agr Mechanization/Business 

Brackett, Jay Michael Rock Hill, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Bradshaw, Paula E Anderson, SC 

Nursing 

Brady, Charles J Cohasset, MA 

Financial Mangement 

Brady, Ruth Marie Anderson, SC 

English 

Brandt, Nathan West Columbia, SC 

Industrial Technology Eklucation 

Branning, Donna Jeanne Batesburg, SC 

Management 

Brannon, Laura Gainesville, GA 

Nursing 



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372 X. CLASSES 




Seniors 




brett-brown 



Brett, Maureen Simpsonville, SC 

Marketing 

Brewer, Hugh Patrick Gaffney, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Brinley, John D Taylors, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Britton, Ginny Salters, SC 

Nursing 

Britton, Michelle M Salem, SC 

Graphic Communications 



Broaddus, Scott J Columbia, MD 

Financial Management 

Brock, Barry Phillip Easley, SC 

Computer Information 

Brogdon, Christine M Mt. Pleasant, SC 

English 

Brohn, Robert Meyer Gaffney, SC 

Architecture 

Brown, Deborah Joy Columbia, SC 

Microbiology 



Brown, Kelly Miami, FL 

Marketing 

Brown, Pamela W Mouldin, SC 

Accounting 

Brown, Sanford V, Jr Adel, GA 

Electrical Engineering 

Brown, Scott Camden, SC 

Management 

Brown, Susan N Taylors, SC 

Earlv Childhood Education 



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Michael J. Morga 



SENIORS X. 373 



brucker-campbell 



Brucker, Steven K Augusta, GA 

Architecture 

Bryant, George Scott Easley, SC 

Animal Science 

Buchman, Matthew Dickey . Manahan, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Buckles, Dana Cathryn Columbia, SC 

Accounting 

Bull, Rebecca D Santee, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture 

Bundy, Jan Iva, SC 

Administrative Management 

Burdette, Suzanne Greenwood, SC 

Graphic Communication 

Burns, Edward Grantland Taylors, SC 

Political Science 

Burns, Janis Marie Oswego, SC 

Elementary/Special Education 

Burns, Mary Anderson Shelbyville, TN 

Accounting 

Burrafato, Michael Wayne, NJ 

Mechanical Engineering 

Burton, Amanda Lee Iva, SC 

Science Teaching Math 

Burton, Scott B Westminster, SC 

Building Science/Management 

Busch. Charles Kevin Summerville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Bush, Kelley L Columbia, SC 

Nursing 

Bushning, Philip Lowell Clemson, SC 

Psychology 

Butler, Carl H., Jr Bonneau, SC 

Nursing 

Butler, Jennifer Leigh Greenville, SC 

Accounting 

Buzhardt, James Michael Batesburg, SC 

Industrial Education 

Buzzell, Jonathan W Gaithersburg, MD 

Building Science 

Byars, Beth North Augusta, SC 

Psychology 
Cabiness, Katherine Ann Hanahan, SC 

Computer Engineering 
Cacciatore, Donna Lynn Tampa, FL 

Mathematical Sciences 
Caggiano, Rhonda M Gaffney, SC 

Elementary Education 

Cain, Jeffery Lee Camden, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Calhoun, Christopher A Rock Hill, SC 

Building Science 

Calhoun, David Jr Pisgah Forest, NC 

Management 
Camarda, Jack Dunwoody, GA 

Financial Management 
Campbell, Glenn John Jr Clemson SC 

Chemical Engineering 
Campbell, James Belleair, FL 

Industrial Management 




374 



. CLASSES 




Seniors 








campbell-clark 




Campbell. Scot F Red Bank. NJ 

Management 

Campbell. Vonn F Walhalla, SC 

Computer Science 

Cannon. Brian Wayne Columbia, SC 

Microbiology 

Cannon. Carrie L N. Myrtle Beach, SC 

Elementary Education 

Carlisi, Brian Gaithersburg, MD 

Industrial Management 

Carmichael. Melanie Hartsville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Carr, Malcolm Winter Haven, FL 

Financial Management 

Carraway. .\bbe L Johnsonville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Carsten. Christopher G Cades, SC 

Microbiology 

Carter. Blake Piedmont, SC 

Management 

Castor, Eric Timothy Greenville, SC 

Management 
Caughman, Henry Rufus North, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Cetola, Jeffrey David Hampton, VA 

Electrical Engineering 
Chafin, Brad Hampton, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Chamberlain, Paul A Red Bank. NJ 

Forest Management 

Chamblee, David L Anderson, SC 

Financial Management 
Champeaux, Richard A Chelmsford, MA 

Computer Engineering 
Chapman. Steven Alan Greenville, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Chastain, George Westminster, SC 

Forest Management 

Cheney, Ashley Elon College, NC 

English 

Cheng, Alice Monica Kin, Hong Kong 

Mathematical Sciences 
Childers, Glynis Leigh Greenville, SC 

Financial Management 
Childress, Anthony F Easley, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 
Christenbury, Charles Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Industrial Management 

Christmus, Sanford Travelers Rest, SC 

Microbiology 

Christopher. Mary E Anderson, SC 

Accounting 

Churchill, Kelly Denise Dunwoody, GA 

Administrative Management 

Ciccarelli. John L., Jr Clemson, SC 

Architecture 

Clamp, Sandra J Lexington, SC 

Management 

Clark, Kevin J Lexington, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 



SENIORS 



375 



clark-couch 



Clark, Michelle Marie Simpsonville, SC 

Economics 
Clark, Tracey Rosewell, GA 

Financial Management 
Clary, Jennifer Anderson, SC 

Parks/RecrATour/Mgt. 

Clegg, Elaine Greenwood, SC 

Computer Science 
Clem, William R Greenwood, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Clyburn, Robert M Lancaster, SC 

Accounting 

Coberly, Cathy Roswell, GA 

English 

Coccia, Elizabeth A Wayne, PA 

Nursing 

Cochran, Carol Marie Anderson, SC 

Management 

Cochran, Kelly E Anderson, SC 

Administrative Management 

Collier, Kimberly Toccoa, GA 

Management 

Collins, Carole M Edison, GA 

Accounting 

Colpitts, Sandra Mauldin, SC 

Marketing 

Compton, Elizabeth L. Clinton, SC 

Elementary Education 

Comstock, Richard H Bowie, MD 

Electrical Engineering 

Conley, Michael P Duncan, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Connelly, Emory J Orangeburg, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Connelly, Wanda Prosperity, SC 

English 

Connerton, Lisa B Central, SC 

Environmental Systems Engineering 

Connor, William Klugh Clemson, SC 

Physics 

Cooley, Deonda Greenville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Cooley, Elizabeth A Anderson, SC 

Science Teaching/Biology 

Corbin, Cheryl A Greenville, SC 

Accounting 

Corbin, Thomas Dennis Greenville, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture 

Cordrey, Celeste Laurel, DE 

Management 

Corontzes, Nick Charleston, SC 

Zoology 

Costello, Christina Ann Charlotte, NC 

Graphic Communications 

Cothran, Robert A Aiken, SC 

Management 

Cotton, Edwin Columbia, SC 

Financial Management 

Couch, Brian Keith Greer, SC 

Architecture 



376 X. CLASSES 





counts-davidson 



Counts, Kevin T Prosperity, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Counts, Laura A Newberry, SC 

Secondary Education/English 

Counts, Seritha Carol Beaufort, SC 

Zoology 

(\)vington. Ana Greenville, SC 

Architecture 

Covington, Lillian Greenville, SC 

Spanish/International Trade 

Cox, Carroll Greenville, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 
Cox, Christopher Mauldin, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Cox, Jana Eadon Chapin, SC 

Political Science 

Cox, Kelly Denise Easley, SC 

Secondary Education/Math 
Cox, Lisa Rossylyn, VA 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Cracchiolo, John Boca Raton. FL 

Financial Management 
Craig, Steven E Pickens, SC 

Financial Management 
Crawford, Bruce Alan Florence, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Crawford, Cletia Jane North Augusta, SC 

Accounting 
Cronin. Dan Melbourne, FL 

Electrical Engineering 

Crooks, Frances Michelle Seneca, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Crowder, Ben Spartanburg, SC 

Industrial Management 

Crowe, Nell Ann Brentwood, TN 

Administrative Management 

Crump, Shannon Renee Ladson, SC 

Financial Management 

('unningham. Clay Atlanta, GA 

Accounting 

Cureton, Corrine Regina West Union, SC 

Nursing 

Dale, Joel F Asheville, NC 

Psychology 

Dang, Chau T Mount Pleasant, SC 

Biochemistry 

Dangerfield, David Isle Of Palms, SC 

Financial Management 

Daniel, Dana Suzanne Longwood, FL 

Administrative Management 

Daniels, Gina Lynette Summerville, SC 

Accounting 

Dansby, Barbara D North Augusta, SC 

Guidance 

Dauksch, Gary S Florence, SC 

Industrial Management 

Davids, Bruce E Clemson, SC 

Computer Information Systems 

Davidson, Cosette E Belton, SC 

Chemical Engineering 



SENIORS N. 377 



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Davis, Cliff Pacific Grove, CA 

Industrial Management 

Davis, Dorothy Marie Anderson, SC 

Financial Management 

Davis, Jacqueline Marie Seneca, SC 

Sociology 

Davis, Laura L Eads, TN 

Nursing 

Davis, Lori F Greenwood, SC 

Nursing 

Davis, Michael Paul Horse Shoe, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Davis, Robert Williamston, NC 

Management 

Dawsey, James E McClellanville, SC 

Science Teaching Math 

Day, Gary Wayne Jr Easley, SC 

Safety/Health Mgt. 

Day, Juliet Elise Charleston, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Debell, Jeff Olympia, WA 

Forest Management 

Dechiara, Anthony John Elgin, IL 

Marketing 

Decker, Natalie Anderson, SC 

Financial Management 

Degraan, Jeff Atlanta, GA 

Forest Management 

Deisenroth, Susan Clemson, SC 

Psychology 

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378 >w CLASSES 




Seniors 



delaney-dubois 




Delaney, Brenda Greer, SC 

Elementary Education 

Deloach, Patricia Colleen Saluda, SC 

Accounting 

Dennis, Art Greenwood, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Denton, Stephen Miles Sumter, SC 

Architecture 

Derrick, Barney C Little Mountain, SC 

Administrative Management 

Deschamps, John Hunter Wisacky, SC 

Agriculture Mech/Business 
Devaney, Austin Chapin. SC 

Chemical Engineering 
Devore, Joseph A Edgefield, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Deyoung, Kenneth R Kennett Sq., PA 

Industrial Management 
Dickey, Lynn Elise Moore, SC 

Financial Management 

Dills, Jami Elizabeth Spartanburg, SC 

Science Teaching 

Dishner, Jeffrey Lynn Simpsonville, SC 

Architecture 

Dixon, Judy Ruslburg, VA 

Computer Science 

Dobson, James Lee Camden, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Dockham. Stephen K Piedmont, SC 

Management 

Doctor, Mark A Anderson, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Dodds. Mark Eugene Belvedere, SC 

Marketing 

Doggett, Benjamin Chattanooga, TN 

Financial Management 

Doiny. Sebastian Luis Sao Paulo, BR 

Animal Science 

Donaldson, .Suzanne Martinez, GA 

Chemical Engineering 

Donkle, Michael Newberry, SC 

Architecture 

Doryland, Mandi Elizabeth Florence, SC 

Psychology 

Douglas, Nancy Theresa Mauldin, SC 

Elementary Education 

Dozier, Elizabeth North Myrtle Beach, SC 

English 

Dozier, Samuel L Rains, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Drake, David McBride Honea Path, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Drake, Lisa Danielle Gaffney, SC 

Pre-Professional Health Studies 

Drake, Lowery Travelers Rest, SC 

Economics 

Driggers, Richard D N Charleston, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Dubois, Michelle Ann Bethune. SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 



SENIORS 



.379 



duckworth-estes 



Duckworth, Jeffrey O Decatur, GA 

Financial Management 

Duffie, Walter C, Jr Asheville, NC 

Zoology 

Dufford. Philip H Cayce, SC 

Architecture 

Duncan, Carla Jean Clemson, SC 

English 

Duncan, Jeffrey D Moore, SC 

Political Science 

Dunn, J. Clinton Sumter, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Dunn, Kristina Clemson, SC 

Statistics/Oper Research 

Dunsford, Elizabeth Bennettsville, SC 

Secondary Education/English 

Durant, John Rutledge Jr Gable, SC 

Agricultural Industries 

Durant, Mary Kathryn Gable, SC 

Elementary Education 

Durham, Kathryn D Columbia, SC 

Accounting 

Durkin, Colleen Baltimore, MD 

Administrative Management 

Earls, Donna Renee Gaffney, SC 

Political Science/Economics 

Earnest, Kevin N Kingsport, TN 

Mechanical Engineering 

Earnhart, David R Lugoff, SC 

Chemical Engineering 

Ebbecke, Janet M Clemson, SC 

Microbiology 

Edwards, Ashley Hendersonville, NC 

English 

Edwards, John R Clemson, SC 

Architecture 

Edwards, Joseph F Ritter, SC 

Accounting 

Edwards, Theresa Marie Greer, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Eisenhour, Tara Columbia, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Elder, Angela Elaine Taylors, SC 

Computer Information Systems 

Ellison, R. Craig Helton, SC 

Entomology 
Ellison, William Belton, SC 

Industrial Management 
Emich, Christina M Greenville, SC 

Financial Management 

Engfer, Heidi M Rio Piedras, PA 

Marketing 

English, Sam Lancaster, SC 

Microbiology 

Erbe, Marcos Brusque, SC 

Textile Management 

Ericson, Amy E Camden, SC 

Secondary Education/English 

Estes, Bryan Caldwell Greenville, SC 

Computer Science 




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380 >,. CLASSES 




Seniors 



etheredge-floyd 




Etheredge, Caria West Columbia, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Ezekiel, Wanjulia R Darlington, SC 

Cis'il Engineering 

Fairey. James Burke Jr. Clemson. SC 

Graphic Communications 

Fallaw. Ashley Jeanine Charlotte, NC 

Accounting 

Farmer, Angela Marie Richmond, VA 

Secondary Ed/Eng/Psych. 

Farnan, Diana Liberty, SC 

Financial Management 
Faulkner. Nathan Hoyt Spartanburg, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Feces, Catherine Louise Charleston, SC 

Political Science/French 

Fechner, Catherine M St Petersburg, FL 

Architecture 

Fehling, Susan Elizabeth Knoxville, TN 

Administrative Management 

Fendley, Jackie Marie Westminster, SC 

Administrative Management 
Ferguson. Kimberly N Myrtle Beach, SC 

Elementary Eklucation 
Ferrell. Robert Douglas Columbia, SC 

Computer Engineering 
Ferris. Michelle Anne Lake Bluff, IL 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Fhller. Harold Florence, SC 

Architecture 

Fike, Paul J Columbus, GA 

Accounting 

Filkins. April Lynn Estero, FL 

Mechanical Engineering 

Finch. D. Bryan N. Augusta, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Finley. John Robert III Laurens, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Finley. William C Camden, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Fisher. .Amy S Camden, SC 

Sociology 

Fisher. Gardner Allyn Lexington, SC 

Industrial Management 

Fisher. Randy E Liberty, SC 

Accounting 

Fitz-Hugh, Meredith H Richmond, VA 

Nursing 

Fitzgerald. Kira Atlantis, FL 

Electrical Engineering 

Fitzsimmons, Scott E Haymarket, VA 

Mathematical Sciences 

Flanagan. Beth Carter Martinsville, VA 

Economics 
Flanagan. Stuart Harper Greenville, SC 

Financial Management 

Flechtner, Kurt A Greenville, NC 

Architecture 
Floyd. Sally Chester, SC 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 



SENIORS" 



381 



flynn-gaddis 



Flynn, Stephanie Brevard, NC 

Industrial Engineering 

Fogle, Susan Leigh Elloree, SC 

Nursing 

Foltz, Dean Curtis Clinton, IN 

Mechanical Engineering 

Fondren. John Moncks Corner, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Fortner, William Maryland Hts., MO 

Accounting 

Foster. Beth Greenville, SC 

Elementary Education 

Foster. Elizabeth B Maycross, GA 

Secondary Education/Math 

Foster, Jon David Port Deposit, MD 

Mechanical Engineering 

Foster, Linda R Simpsonville, SC 

Financial Management 

Fouts, Richard D Clemson, SC 

Computer Science 

Fowler, Karen E Walhalla, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Fowler, Teresa Lynn Easley, SC 

Financial Management 

Fralinger. Charles Molony Bridgeton, NJ 

Civil Engineering 

Fralix, Suzi E Reevesville, SC 

Computer Science 

Frampton, Caroline Mt. Pleasant. SC 

Architecture 

Frampton, David M Baltimore, MD 

Electrical Engineering 

Frank, Kimberly Lynn Columbia, SC 

Building Science 

Eraser, Cynthia Marie Norwich, VT 

Nursing 

Frazier, Jeffrey Ashley Niceville, FL 

Financial Management 

Freeman, Laura Kay Summerville, SC 

Engineering Analysis 

Frye, Robert Allen Surfside Beach, SC 

Marketing 
Frye, Zaria Willease Columbia, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Fryer, Samuel Aundra Taylors, SC 

Computer Science 
Fullard, Wanda Gale Lake City, SC 

Computer Engineering 
Fuller, Bill Greenville, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Fuller, Todd H Columbia, SC 

Management 

Fullerton, Holly Satellite Beach, FL 

Secondary Education/French 

Funderburk, Mark W Columbia, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Fusonie. Hope L Mauldin, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Gaddis, Benjamin Arne Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 



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gailey-gilbert 



Gailev, John D. II Pittsburgh, PA 

Parks/Recr/Tour/Mgt. 

Galluscio. Anthony P Clemson, SC 

Psychology 

Gambrell, Lisa D Anderson, SC 

Computer Engineering 

(lannon, Raymond Bethel Park, PA 

Mechanical Engineering 

Gardner. Tracy Leigh Stone Mtn., GA 

Accounting 



Gardo. Mark S Greenville, SC 

Building Science 

Garrett, Sheila Nix Greer, SC 

Management 

Garrison. David F Medford Lakes, NJ 

Financial Management 

Gaston, Louise Peace Denmark, SC 

Psychology 

Geddings. Rheta Charleston, SC 

Biological Sciences 



Giarrusso, Richard A Newfoundland, NJ 

Mechanical Engineering 

Gibson. Ava Marie Henderson, NC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Gibson, Gwinn Greer, SC 

Architecture 

Gilbert, Daniel L Andrews, NC 

Agricultural Engineering 

Gilbert, Suzanne Skyland, NC 

Nursing 



Students take one of many routes to 
class. 



Michael .J. Morga 



SENIORS X. 383 



giles-gregg 



Giles, Frederick Hamilton Buffalo, SC 

Political Science/French 

Gilgen, Christa Lea Walterboro, SC 

Architecture 

Gilstrap, Clay Masters Smyrna, GA 

Administrative Management 

Glasgow, Ruth Anne Conway, SC 

English 

Gleaton, Michael Columbia, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Godwin, Cindy D Fountain Inn, SC 

Elementary Education 

Goforth, Kimberly Hope Spartanburg, SC 

Political Science 
Gold, Jason Lawhorn Columbia, SC 

Industrial Engineering 
Golinski, Norbert C. Jr Turnersville, NJ 

Financial Management 
Goode, Tracy Rutherfordton, NC 

Chemical Engineering 

Goodling, Robert S Auburn, AL 

Financial Management 

Goodman, Jan Aiken, NC 

Nursing 

Goodwin, Karen Y Santee, SC 

Political Science 

Goodwin, Richard E Taylors, SC 

Psychology 

Gordon, Angela Mountain Rest, SC 

Elementary Education 

Gordon, Melanie C Simpsonville, SC 

Elementary Education 

Gore, Austin Charleston Hgts., SC 

Pharmacology 
Gould, William R Bozeman, MT 

Mathematical Sciences 
Grabka, Elizabeth Satellite Beach, FL 

Electrical Engineering 
Grady, Maureen Louise Augusta, GA 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Graf, Michael Steven North Augusta, SC 

Financial Management 

Grant-Smith, Diana Marie Seneca, SC 

Nursing 

Grant, Alesia Denise Columbia, SC 

Nursing 

Grant, Barry Joseph Greenville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Grant, Steve Gaffney, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Grauely, William S. Ill Clemson, SC 

Architecture 

Green, David Chetley Turbeville, SC 

Psychology 

Green, Micheal Alecia Anderson, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Greenhill, Jerry E Lexington, SC 

Financial Management 

Gregg, Kimberly Bricktown, NJ 

Economics 



384 ■ 



CLASSES 





grider-hashimoto 



Grider, Douglas Ticknor Ruston, LA 

Electrical Engineering 

Griffin. C. Wayne Cameron, SC 

Wood Utilization 

Griffith, Jason H Orangeburg, SC 

Economics 

Grubb, James A Sumter, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Grubb, Michael E Sumter, SC 

Computer Science 

Guiney, Choquette M Wyckoff, NJ 

Computer Engineering 

Gunter. Joy L Leesville, SC 

Poultry Science 

Gurley, Mary-Marshall Durham, NC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Guthrie, Jill E Largo. FL 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Haase, Sharon Lisa Aiken, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Hagan, Melissa L Greenville, SC 

Secondary Education/English 

Hagins, Susan Louise Camden, SC 

Food Science 

Haigler, Lori Annette Orangeburg, SC 

Microbiology 

Hall, Randy Greenville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Hallihan, Scott M Amarillo, TX 

Computer Engineering 

Hammond, Donald R. Jr Medford, NJ 

Economics 

Hammond, Mark W Greer, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Hamrick, Laura Gaffney, SC 

Political Science 
Hanna, Anne Marie Johnsonville, SC 

Accounting 

Hannah, James Landon Spartanburg, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Hansen, Michele Rock Hill, SC 

Psychology 

Hanvey, Sunday Dawn Easley, SC 

Computer Science 
Hardee, Charles A Loris, SC 

Architecture 

Hardwick, James Travis Charleston, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Harkins, Christine M Westminster, SC 

Psychology 

Harris, Jordan Indian Harbour Bch, FL 

Industrial Engineering 

Harris, Paula Clemson, SC 

Graphic Communications 
Hartney, Karen M Tampa, FL 

Financial Management 
Hash, Caren Lynn Chesapeake, VA 

Elementary Education 

Hashimoto, Kirk Pearl City, Hawaii 

Mechanical Engineering 



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SENIORS X. 385 



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Seniors 




Hastings. Diane Camden, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Hawkins, Wesley Jay Prosperity, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Hayes, Adam Jason Roswell. GA 

Civil Engineering 
Hayes, Dawn Maria Piedmont, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Hayward. Jonathan A Northboro, MA 

Industrial Engineering 

Heaner. Stroman Greenwood, SC 

Management 

Heaton, Steven Barry Goose Creek, SC 

Science Teaching Chemistry 

Hebert, Rus.sell Benedict III €lemson, SC 

Management 

Heinlein, Robin Leigh Chester, SC 

Nursing 

Heins, Ernest H Kingstree, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Heinsonhn, Frank Folly Beach, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Hensley. Leslie Wray Sebring, FL 

Marketing 

Herakovich, Kristine Blacksburg, VA 

Administrative Management 

Herbert. Meredith Spartanburg, SC 

Secondary Education/Match 

Herd, Cynthia L Salem, OR 

Accounting 

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386 Nw CLASSES 





herin-holt 



Herin, Dina M. Medford, NJ 

Nursing 

Herndon, Jane E Easley, SC 

Nursing 

Herrmann, Chris Columbia, SC 

Industrial Management 

Herron, Barbara C Atlanta, GA 

Accounting 

Hickman, Kristin Miami, FL 

Accounting 

Hicks, Mary Catherine Rome. GA 

Accounting 
Higginbotham, Elaine C. Orangeburg, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Higgins, Ralph G. Ill Spartanburg, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Hilborn, Carrie Elizabeth Chapin. SC 

Secondary Education English 

Hill, Glenn L. " N. Charleston, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Hill. John Edward Eutawville, SC 

Finance 

Hillingsworth, Sarah C Greenwood, SC 

Psychology 
Hinson, Meredith L Lilburn, GA 

Nursing 
Hirtz, Anita M Huntington, NY 

Nursing 

Hodgkiss, Richard Cory Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Management 

Hoffman, Theodore Kenneth North, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Hogan, Leslie Florence, SC 

Financial Management 

Hogg, Linda Jane Simpsonville, SC 

Animal Science 

Hohn, Darlene Greenville, SC 

Sociology 

Holden, Ralph M Clemson, SC 

Retirement 

Holeman, Melissa North Augusta, SC 

Nursing 

Holland, Johnetta Clemson, SC 

Psychology 

Holland, Margaret West Union, SC 

Mathematical Science 

Holliday, Mark Hampton Pickens, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour./Mgt, 

Holliday. Sandra J Liberty, SC 

Secondary Education Math 

Hollis, Katherine Alexandria, VA 

English/French 

Holman, Kimberly S Central, SC 

Accounting 

Holseberg, Michelle Anne Greenville, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Holsonback, Emory Greenwood, SC 

Agronomy 

Holt, Steven W Allendale, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 



SENIORS N. 387 



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Seniors 



Hooker, Matthew W _ , . Greenville. SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Hooper, Michele L Snellville, GA 

Electrical Engineering 

Hooper, Ricardo A Atlanta, GA 

Political Science 

Hopkins, Deborah L Clemson, SC 

Science Teaching/Physical Sciences 

Horton, Barry S Easley, SC 

Financial Management 

Hoshall, Frank A., HI Seneca, SC 

Industrial Management 

Howell, Beverly J Campobello. SC 

Computer Science 

Howell, Reginald Cross, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Hoyle, William Shelby, NC 

Animal Science 

Hucks. Stephen Calbreth Columbia, SC 

Agricultural Engineering 

Hudgins, Felicia G Anderson, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Hudson, Annette Matthews, NC 

Elementary Education 

Hudson, Joe Sumter, SC 

Computer Science 

Hudson, Joe W Elgin, SC 

History 

Hudson, Steven G Sumter, SC 

Management 

Huggins, Kert Hilton Head Island, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Huggins, Mike L Newberry, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Hughes, Myra Demetra Columbia, SC 

Microbiology 

Huitt, Lynne Ann Anderson, SC 

Nursing 

Hull, Konrad P Scotia, NY 

Industrial Engineering 

Hunter, Melinda Sue Stone Mtn., GA 

Nursing 

Hunter, Wade Lewis Central, SC 

Building Science 

Hurlebaus, Chris Cincinnati, Ohio 

Financial Management 

Hurston, Julie Roswell, GA 

Financial Management 

Hutto, Angela Hall Clemson, SC 

Secondary Education/History 

Hutto, Michael Todd Aiken, SC 

Industrial Management 

Hyler, Anita Elaine Saluda, SC 

Nursing 

lacono, Paul Ernest Sumter, SC 

Biochemistry 

Ikeler, Michael Raymond Eustis, FL 

Microbiology 

Inabinette, Ray L Gaffney, SC 

Electrical Engineering 





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388 X. CLASSES 




infinger-jones 



Infinger, Rebecca C St. George, SC 

Parks, Recreation, Touris 

Ingraharn, Michelle Lezette Kershaw, SC 

Elementary Education 

Iqball, Arif Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Israel, Janice Gaffney, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Ivester, Kathi Belton, SC 

Secondary Education/Math 

Ivey, Cathy Cowpens, SC 

Administrative Management 

Jackson, Debra Sue Greenville, SC 

Nursing 

Jackson, William Glenn MuUins, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Jacoby, Jeanne Marie Marietta, GA 

French 

James, Christopher Norman Decatur, AL 

Civil Engineering 

Jaskwhich, Jon William Greenville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Jenkins, Bill Clemson, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt 

Jenkins, Lisa Darlene Marietta, GA 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt 

Jennings, Don R Hendersonville, NC 

English 

Jennings, Maureen C Munster, IN 

Management 

Jensen, Michael A Timmonsville, SC 

Poultry Science 

Jerome, Karen Margaret Greenville, SC 

Marketing 

Johnson, Dana Orange Park, FL 

Accounting 

Johnson, Diane Columbia, SC 

Nursing 

Johnson, Janine Marie Anderson, SC 

Finance 

Johnson, Karen Lee Bristol, VA 

Computer Information Systems 

Johnson, Theresa Charleston, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Johnston, Joseph Alpharetta, GA 

Mathematical Sciences 

Jolly, Barbara Sue Edgefield, SC 

Secondary Education/Science 

Jolly, James David Dalton, GA 

Financial Management 

Jolly, Myra Lynn Darlington, SC 

Administrative Management 

Jones, Amy Greenville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Jones, Barbara Barkley Sumter, SC 

Accounting 

Jones, Brenda Karen Anderson, SC 

Biological Sciences 

Jones, David Anthony Inman, SC 

Electrical Engineering 



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Josey, Carl D Conway, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Joyce, William Terence Summerville, SC 

Biochemistry 
Kaiser, Kathleen J New Providence, NJ 

Education 
Kalescky, Janine Marie Hillsborough, NJ 

Accounting 
Kalmbach, Chris M Phoenixville, PA 

Accounting 

Kaplan, Cheri Lee Miami, FL 

Accounting 
Kassis, Jane A Charleston, SC 

Marketing 
Kay, John R Greenville, SC 

Marketing 

Kay, Martin A Raleigh, NC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Keefe, Pat Laurel, MD 

Industrial Management 

Kellett, Melissa Peden Seneca, SC 

Science Teaching/Math. 

Kelley, Nancy C Anderson, SC 

Financial Management 

Kelly, Susan Jennifer Southbury, CT 

Mathematics 

Kelsch, Patrick Newark, DE 

Building Science 

Kemmerling, Jan Ramsey, NJ 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Kendrick, Nancy Jill New EUenton, SC 

Nursing 

Kenney, James Robert Chapel Hill. NC 

Spanish/Economics 
Key, Douglass Depass Columbia, SC 

Financial Management 
Kibler, Paula Marie Irmo, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 
Kilton, Michelle Mauldin, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Kimbrell, Timothy R Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Kindelan, Virginia Naples, FL 

Industrial Management 
King, Joseph T Blacksburg, SC 

Computer Engineering 

King, Julie Ann Belton, SC 

Psychology 
King, Nancy Emily Rock Hill, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

King, Robert N North Charleston, SC 

Financial Management 

Kinoshita, Naoko Dallas, GA 

Financial Management 

Kinser, Kerry J Greensboro, NC 

Sociology 

Kirch, Ernst W., Jr Anderson, SC 

Building Science 

Kiriakides, Michael Greenville, SC 

Administrative Management 




390 X. CLASSES 




Seniors 









kirkbride-lawson 



Kirkbride, David Allen Raleigh, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Kirkbride, Debbie Raleigh, NC 

Science Teaching/Biology 

Kissner, Erik M Plattsburgh. NY 

Building Science 

Klein. Michael G. Carmel, NY 

Architecture 

Kleinman. Sharlene Seminole, FL 

Mechanical Engineering 

Klighter, Thomas Charleston Hgts., SC 

Civil Engineering 

Kluttz, Ashley Atlanta, GA 

Architecture 

Klutz, Quintin Andre Kannapolis, NC 

Industrial Technology 

Knebel, Karen Lynn Greenville. SC 

Financial Management 

Knebel, Nancy Charleston, SC 

French 

Knight, Lori L Greenville, SC 

Management 

Knight, Tracy Alexander Bethune, SC 

Forest Management 

Korycki. Adam J Elbourne Vic, Austria 

Management 

Kotwis, Joseph Warren, OH 

Mechanical Engineering 

Krebs, Helle Cathrine Clemson, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Kudlock, Timothy S Greenville, SC 

Accounting 

Kunkel, Mark E East Syracuse, NY 

Mechanical Engineering 

Kutulas. Ernie Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Labertson, Robbie H Easley, SC 

Computer Information Systems 

Lacoste, Sonya Bishopville, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Lady, John T Vienna, VA 

Financial Management 
Lahay. Charles W Clinton, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Land, Scott W Maitland, FL 

Civil Engineer 
Lange, Clark Greenville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Laroche, Mary Bryce Johns Island, SC 

Financial Management 

Lalhem. Junelle Karen Easley, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Latta, Stuart A Greer, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Laurent, Daniel Henri Charlotte, NC 

Computer Engineering 

Lawrimore, Elizabeth Georgetown, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Lawson, John F Chalfont, PA 

Mechanical Engineering 



SENIORS X 391 



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Seniors 



Leach, Lisa Ann Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Lebeau, Jeff Bloomington, IN 

English 
Ledbetter, Patricia M Columbia, SC 

English 
Lee, Jeffry Stewart West Pelzer, SC 

English 

Lefevre, Susan Adele Gaithersburg, MD 

Food Science/Nutrition 

Leonard, Julie Greenville, SC 

Financial Management 

Leonard, Patrick Cohasset, MA 

Civil Engineering 

Leonard, Regina M Chatham, NJ 

Nursing 

Leopard, Charles Craig Lancaster, SC 

Chemical Engineering 

Lesley, Julie Easley, SC 

Administrative Management 

Lester, Melisa Ann Clover, SC 

Accounting 

Leverette, Robert David Hartwell, GA 

Biochemistry 

Levy, Jacqueline Lee Manning, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Lewis, David M Aiken, SC 

Accounting 

Lewis, Fulton Dewitt III Darlington, SC 

English/Pre-Dentistry 

Lewis, Gary Eugene Roswell, GA 

Financial Management 

Lewis, William Fairmont, NC 

Financial Management 

Linch, Sharon J Greenville, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Ling, Edward Eugene Moncks Corner, SC 

Forest Products 

Little, Lisa J Rock Hill, SC 

Accounting 

Littlejohn, Thomas Greenville, SC 

History 

Lloyd, Kimberly A Norcross, GA 

Management 

Long, Darla Kay Simpsonville, SC 

Industrial Management 

Long, Haven Kay Greenwood, SC 

Secondary Education/Psychology 

Longino, Frances E Dublin, GA 

Computer Engineering 

Lothridge, Steve Laurens, SC 

Computer Information Systems 

Lotts, Edward Boyd Charleston, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Lovin, Ginger Ellen Lancaster, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture 

Lowe, Lana Belton, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Lubkin, Walter F., Ill Beaufort, SC 

Industrial Management 





392 



CLASSES 




luce-malpass 



Luce, William Columbia, SC 

Administrative Management 

Luciani, Christine Laurens. SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Lupoid. Amy Elizabeth Holly Hill, SC 

Secondary Education 

Lusk, Kathy Columbia, SC 

Financial Management 

Lusk, Michael John Walhalla, SC 

French 



Lustig, Barbara A Sumter. SC 

Nursing 

Luther, Linda Anne Surf City, NC 

Early Childhood Education 

Lynch, Christopher L Scranton, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Lyons, Michelle Lynn Setauket, NY 

Psychology/Sociology 

Mackey/Darryl Brian Huntersville, NC 

Financial Management 



Madden, Scott W Columbia, SC 

Financial Management 
Maglisceau. Jeannie L New Canaan, CT 

Elementary Education 

Mahon, William Henry Gray Court, SC 

Management 
Major, Ernest Clyde Path, SC 

Agricultural Education 

Malpass, Laurie Ann Spartanburg. SC 

Secondary Education/English 



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SENIORS N. 393 



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Malusa, Gina Florence, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Mangels, Cynthia Ridgefield, CT 

Nursing 

Marbert, Melanie V Summerville, SC 

Food Science 

Marianos, Dean George Greenville, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Marshall, Elaine Judith Anderson, SC 

English/History 

Marshall, Heidi Beth State College, PA 

Marketing 

Marshall, Lisa J Sumter, SC 

Nursing 

Marshall, William Allen Columbia, SC 

Architecture 

Marshel, Vincent D Beaufort, SC 

Industrial Management 

Martin, Esther Kay Easley, SC 

Secondary Education/English 

Martin, Kim Jean Mount Pleasant, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Martin, M. Lynn Norcross, GA 

Computer Science 

Martin, Rolfe Millar Walterboro, SC 

Management 

Martin, Sarah Lynn Central, SC 

Industrial Management 

Martin, Scott D Windsor, Ohio 

Electrical Engineering 

Mason, Jane Gastonia. NC 

Financial Management 

Mason, Jodi Kim Bethesda, MD 

Administrative Management 

Mathews, Aaron Bernard Chester, SC 

Economics 

May, Ralph C. Ill Greenville, SC 

Computer Science 

Mayfield, Shelly Gaffney, SC 

Elementary Education 

McAbee, Pamela C Greenville, SC 

Industrial Management 
McCall, Lester Jr Honea Path, SC 

Agricultural Education 

McCaskill, Cecil L. Ill Camden. SC 

Agricultural Mechanization 

McClain, David Newton Mooresville, NC 

Industrial Education 
McCorkle, John Barry Summerville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

McCravy, Holly E Columbia, SC 

Zoology 

McDonald, Ansley Winston Salem, NC 

Nursing 

McDonald, Jama M Newport, TN 

Psychology 

McDonald Keith M Hanahan, SC 

Financial Management 

McDonald, Mary Anne Laurinburg, NC 

Marketing 



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Seniors 




mcdonald-mcneely 



McDonald, Wallace Sandy Springs, SC 

Chemical Engineering 

McDowell. Lewis Edward III Pauline, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture 

McElroy, Milton Jr Gaffney, SC 

Civil Engineering 

McElveen, John David Kingstree, SC 

Administrative Management. 

McFall, Robin B Central, SC 

Secondary Education 

McFall, Roger M Anderson, SC 

Computer Engineering 

McFalls, Debra A Summerville, SC 

Architecture 

McFarland, Lynn Melbourne, FL 

Financial Management 

McGill, William W New Ellenton, SC 

Political Science 

McGregor, Sara E. Jr Hopkins, SC 

Dairy Science 

Mclnnes, Mark W Phoenix, MD 

Zoology 

Mclntyre, Kimberlee Ocala, FL 

Nursing 

McKenrick, James H., Jr Clemson, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

McKenzie, Curtis Conway, SC 

Architecture 

McKinney, Carey .... APO San Francisco, CA 

Computer Information Systems 

McKinney, William C. Jr Pickens, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

McLane, Donna Smith Clemson, SC 

Accounting 

McLaughlin, Kathryn A Lagrange, IL 

Marketing 

McLead, Walker W Chapin, SC 

Ornamental Horticulture 

McLean, Doug Aiken, SC 

Economics 

McLendon, Anne M Albany, GA 

Industrial Engineering 

McMahan, Mary Jane Seneca, SC 

Marketing 

McMahon, Lisa Michel Clemson, SC 

History — Fine Arts 

McMann, David James Blue Point, NY 

Industrial Education 

McManus, Lawrence F. Jr Prosperity, SC 

Financial Management 

McMillan, Angela Dupont Bamberg, SC 

Zoology 

McMillan, Kathy E Greer, SC 

Nursing 

McMillan, Scott Elkton, MD 

Computer Engineering 

McNair, Jennifer Convent Station, NJ 

Civil Engineering 

McNeely, Chris Easley, SC 

Administrative Management 



SENIORS 



395 



mealey-miller 



Mealey, Mark Anderson, SC 

Administrative Management 
Meath, Kevin G Midland, MI 

Electrical Engineering 
Medford, Penni J Waynesville, NC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Meece, Dewayne B Easley, SC 

Textile Science 
Meeker, Stephen H East Hampton, NY 

Financial Management 



Mentnech, Patti A Woodbourne, NY 

Science Teaching/Math 

Merchant, Jayesh Spartanburg, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Merritt, Toni Rene Greenwood, SC 

Science Teaching 

Metts, Donna Moncks Corner, SC 

Industrial Management 

Meyer, Paul Wesley Hanahan, SC 

Architecture 



Mikell, Charles D. II McKeesport, PA 

Civil Engineering 

Mikulcik, David L Murray, KY 

Horticulture 

Milam, Elizabeth M Sandy Springs, SC 

Counseling/Guidance Serv. 

Milazzo, Michele Ann Charlotte, NC 

Financial Management 

Miller, Johnny W Belton, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 




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396 \, CLASSES 





miller-morris 



Miller, Jona J St. Augustine, FL 

Political Science 
Miller, Kelley E Kingstree, SC 

Industrial Management 

Miller, Kimberly Ellen Dalton, GA 

Spanish 
Miller, Lisa Marie Charleston, SC 

Industrial Management 
Miller. Stacy O Easley. SC 

Elementary Education 

Minion, Michael L Lowell. IN 

Mathematical Sciences 

Mitchell, Gordon Scott Atkinson, NH 

Accounting 

Mitchell, Grace Ann Walterboro, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Mitchell, Kirin Ann Spartanburg, SC 

Therapeutic Recreation 

Mixon, Rhonda L Loganville, GA 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Mize, Rhonda Seneca. SC 

Elementary Education 

Mobley. Robert Edel Orangeburg. SC 

Architecture 

Mongelluzzo. Mark P Baltimore, MD 

Computer Science 

Montgomery, Lori Huntsville, AL 

Computer Information Systems 

Montgomery, Maria M. Louisville. KY 

Travel/Tourism Mgt. 

Montgomery, Martha E. Severna Park, MD 
Accounting 

Moore. David Richard II Columbia, SC 

Design 

Moore. Debi Anderson, SC 

Dairy Science 

Moore, Leia D Hartsville. SC 

Civil Engineering 

Moore, Sonja Denise Simpsonville. SC 

Sociology 

Moore. Stanley J Simpsonville, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Moore, Wayne Harold Greenville, SC 

Building Science/Management. 

Morabito. Michelle Rock Hill, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Morga, Michael J. Jr Smithtown, NY 

Accounting 

Morgan, Edward S Franklin Lakes. NJ 

Management 

Morgan. Janet Indianapolis, IN 

Chemical Engineering 

Morgan, Porter Pierpont Ramsey. NJ 

Physics 

Morris, Harold Lewis Spartanburg, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Morris, Maceo G., Jr Greenville, SC 

Computer Science 

Morris, Scott V Rock Hill, SC 

Marketing 



SENIORS "V 397 



morrison-nimmer 



Morrison, Patti Richburg, SC 

English 

Morse, Robert H Oaltdale, NY 

Industrial Engineering 

Morton, Holly Moorestown, NJ 

Mechanical Engineering 

Morton, Susan A Anderson, SC 

Science Teaching/Biology 

Moss, Kelley Elizabeth Fountain Inn, SC 

Accounting 

Mosteller, Meredith S Gaffney, SC 

Chemistry 

Motyka, Kevin L Ludington, Ml 

Architecture 

Mullinax, Johnny L Blacksburg, SC 

Financial Management 

Mullis, Sam T Lancaster, SC 

Architecture Design 

Murari, Anjali Fairfax. VA 

Administrative Management 

Murphree, Jill Elizabeth , . , Myrtle Beach, SC 
Early Childhood Education 

Murray, Lisa Darlene Summerville, SC 

Elementary Education 

Myers, Debbie Augusta, GA 

Zoology 

Myers, Dorothy Paulette Lexington, SC 

Design/Architecture 

Myers, Kenneth E Sumter, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Myers, Marcy L Coral Springs, FL 

Computer Science 

Nalley, Anthony R Prosperity, SC 

Economics 

Nanaskie, Michael L Budd Lakes, NJ 

Architecture 

Nappi, Robert E Williston Park, NY 

Electrical Engineering 

Nash, Eva Orlene Pompano Beach, FL 

Elementary Education 

Nauright, Wesley North Augusta, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Neal, Elizabeth L Gaithersburg, MD 

Secondary Education/English 

Neal, Sheila Renee Woodruff, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Neely, Ellen Diane Rock Hill, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Newton, Kathryn Moules Anderson, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Nichols, Todd W Saluda, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Nicholson, Jimmy Columbia, SC 

Agriculture Economics 

Nicholson, Richard Wauchula, FL 

Computer Information Systems 

Nicholson. Sherry A Central, SC 

Management 

Nimmer, William Joseph Ridgeland, SC 

Management 




398 



CLASSES 




nix-parker 



Nix, Allison Leigh Williamston. SC 

Elementary Education 

Nix. Cheryl Renee Clemson. SC 

Elementary Education 

Nix, Michael W " Williston, SC 

Administrative Management 

Norris. Sherrye Ann Wallace, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Norton, Kimberly Anne Inman, SC 

English 

Nowlin. Margaret Anne Oak Ridge. TN 

Computer Science 

Nugent. Suzanne Stone Mountain, GA 

Marketing 

I >Brien. Nanci Rockville. MD 

Political Science 

OCain. Karen Jane Bowman, SC 

Guidance .^nd Counseling 

ODuber. Luis H. Oranjestad, Aruba 

Electrical Engineering 

Oglesby. Belinda Lee Holly Hill, SC 

Early Childhood Education 
Oleary. Sean Clemson, SC 

Electrical Engineering 
Oliver, Suzette M Easley, SC 

Elementary Education 
ONeil. Michael Paul Sherborn, MA 

Management 
Orenstein. Gary Stephen . . Brookeville, MD 

Industrial Engineering 

Ormand, .lames Roswell. GA 

Chemistry 

Osborne, Michele L Andover. MA 

Industrial Management 

Osmer, Thomas M. Jr Lexington. SC 

Financial Management 

Outhous, David J Berwyn, PA 

Computer Information Systems 

Outlaw, Michael L. Lancaster, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Overstreet, Mark Evan Belvedere, SC 

Chemical Engineering 
Owings. Melanee Greenwood. SC 

Secondary Education 
P.-ice. Marion Kenneth Ladson. SC 

Building Science/Mgt. 
Pack. Brian Todd Taylors, SC 

Industrial Management 

Padgett. John B Varnville, SC 

English 

Page. Catherine Ann Chesterfield, SC 

Marketing 

Page. Norwood R Clemson, SC 

Retirement 

Painter. Mike Charleston, SC 

Computer Science 

Pamplin. Mary Drew Myrtle Beach, SC 

DesignA'isual Arts 

Parker, Julie Ann Edgefield, SC 

Nursing 



SENIORS >.. 399 



parker-pope 



Parker, Tony C Cassatt, SC 

Animal Science 

Parks, Randall Mebane, NC 

Architecture 

Parraenter, Heather I Madison, CT 

English 

Parrott, Debra L Tyndall AFB, FL 

Electrical Engineering 

Parsons, Ellen Suzanne Georgetown, SC 

Political Science 

Pasilla, James P Windermere, FL 

Mechanical Engineering 

Patrick, Ron St. George, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Patrick. Thomas L North Augusta, SC 

Textile Management 

Patterson, Daniel C Easley, SC 

Accounting 

Patterson, Leora Greenville, SC 

Elementary Education 

Payne, Elizabeth Anne Va. Beach, VA 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Peake, Leigh C Columbia, SC 

Financial Management 

Pearce, Kimberly E Conway, SC 

Psychology 

Pelfrey, Mary L Walhalla, SC 

French/Economics 

Pereyo, Lisa North Augusta, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Perrewe, Marsha Ann Prospect Hts, IL 

Management 

Perry, Peter J Kingston, NY 

Computer Science 

Petroff, Jacqueline M Rock Hill, SC 

Education/Spanish 

Pettigrew, Marvelyn Columbia, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Pfeiffer, Robert John Charlotte, NC 

Sociology 

Phillips, Jimmie B. Jr Greenwood. SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Phillips, John Robert College Park, GA 

Industrial Management 

Phillips, Lisa Lynn Greenville, SC 

Food Science 
Pierce, Sterling B Beaufort, SC 

Financial Management 
Pinson, John Ansel Honea Path, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Pitera, Merrie Jo Hammonton, NJ 

Psychology 

Pittman, Richard D Lyman, SC 

Architecture 

Poole, Mary Beth Charleston, SC 

Animal Science 

Poole, Thomas S Easley, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Pope, Alan W Columbia, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 




400 



CLASSES 




pope-reaves 



Pope. Candace Marie Simpsonville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Porio, Andrew Patrick Gaffney, SC 

Political Science 

Porter, Kiraberly D Haw River, NC 

Graphic Communications 

Poston, Gina Evelyne Columbia, SC 

Nursing 

Potte, Christopher M Cowpens, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Potter, Lawrence E. Jr Charleston, SC 

Administrative Management 

Potter. Matthew Eugene Charleston, WV 

Civil Engineering 

Powell, Gerald North Augusta, SC 

Management 

Powell. M. Lee IV Greenville, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Powell, Rebecca Steed Rock Hill. SC 

Elementary Education 

Prickett, Kami Lynn Miami. FL 

English 

Priore, Susan Kenna Liverpool, NY 

Mechanical Engineering 

Pruit, Nancy Ellen Atlanta, GA 

Management 

Pugh, Charles Charleston, SC 

Economics 

Pulford, Craig M Glen Arm, MD 

Electrical Engineering 

Purkerson, Robert Henry Greenville, SC 

Political Science 

Quarles, Julian Keasler Walhalla, SC 

Elementary Education 

Quarles, Sherri Angela Greenwood, SC 

Marketing 

Quigley, Gail A Barrington, IL 

Financial Management 

Quinn. Glenys Aileen Easley, SC 

Park/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Quinn, Timothy Michael Hanahan, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Racey, Patrick B Woodstock, VA 

Civil Engineering 

Rackley, Douglas K Little Rock, AR 

Architecture 

Radford. Kimberly Ruth Spartanburg, SC 

Elementary Ed./Special Ed 

Raines, Larry S Myrtle Beach, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Ralston, Michele Gainesville, GA 

Management 

Ramsey, Stephanie Greenville, SC 

Marketing 

Rawls, Leslie Kay Greenville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Reames, James Springfield. VA 

Electrical Engineering 

Reaves, Timothy Ford, SC 

Computer Information Systems 



SENIORS X 401 



reber-richardson 



Reber, Alan Paul Summerville. SC 

Computer Science 

Redding, Rhoda L Marietta, SC 

Microbiology 

Reece, Karen Greenville, SC 

Psychology 

Reece, Kerry L Greenville, SC 

Management 

Reece, Sharon Rutherfordton, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 



Reese, Charles R. Jr Greenwood, SC 

Economic 2Ioology 

Reese, Walter A. Jr Greer, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Reeves, Allison Cottageville, SC 

Nursing 

Reeves, Donna Elizabeth Abbeville, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Reichard, Scott AUentown, PA 

Accounting 



Reynolds, Heather E Signal Mtn., TN 

Food Science 

Reynolds, Ronald Clay Spartanburg, SC 

Industrial Management 

Rhodes, Gregory West Columbia, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Richardson, Kimberly A Landrum, SC 

Marketing 

Richardson, Robert G Charleston, SC 

Zoology 



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Seniors 



richbourg-rountree 










Richbourg, Alexander Summerton, SC 

Computer Science 

Rickenbacker, Rebecca C Mullins, SC 

Economic Zoology 

Ridgeway, Martin Furman Donalds. SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Riley, Michelle C Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Ring, Terri Ann Clemson, SC 

English 

Riser, Barbara Carole Kinards, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Rives. John Paul Lexington, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Roark, Russell Wayne Gaffney. SC 

Building Science Mgt. 

Roberts, Gregory D Clemson, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Roberts, John McNeely Dahlonega, GA 

Secondary Education/Math 

Robertson, J Peyton Sarasota. FL 

Building Science/Mgt. 

Robinette, Lisa Carole Pacolet, SC 

French 

Robins, Patricia Ann Mountain Rest, SC 

Secondary Education 

Robinson. Cary R Anderson, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Robinson, David Earl Gaithersburg, MD 

Mechanical Engineering 

Robinson, Michele Honea Path, SC 

Nursing 

Robinson, Sarah A Hickory, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Roble, Kristi Lynn Charleston, SC 

Political Science 

Roby, Therese M Clemson, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Rodgers, Barry Noel West Columbia, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Rodgers, Byron C. Ill Pinopolis, SC 

Industrial Management 

Rogers, Carol J Williamston. SC 

Administrative Management 
Rogers. Kelly D Westminster, SC 

Agricultural Education 
Rogers, Lisa Walterboro, SC 

Elementary Education 
Rogers, William Henry Aiken, SC 

Financial Management 

Rosamond, Shannon Simpsonville, SC 

Administrative Management 

Ross, Jeannette M Lake Wylie, SC 

Computer Science 

Ross, Susan Jennifer Dayton, OH 

Elementary Education 

Rothenhausler, Sharon St. Augustine. FL 

Accounting 

Rountree, Julie Anne Lexington, SC 

Biological Sciences 



SENIORS >^ 403 



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Rowland, Joey Douglas . Spartanburg, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Royster, Kristina P Myrtle Beach, SC 

Elementary Education 

Ruff, Lea Ann Saluda, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Ruhkle, Brooks Columbia, SC 

Architecture 

Rumph, Daniel N Charleston, SC 

Biochemistry 

Runey, William M., Jr Charleston, SC 

Secondary Education 

Rush, Ronald Allen Jr Charleston, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Russell, Harriett Jill Holly Hill, SC 

Financial Management 

Rutz, Edward Anthony Germantown, TN 

Psychology 

Sadler, Beth Charlotte, NC 

Graphic Communications 

Sampson, Linda L Columbia, SC 

Elementary Education 
Sanders, Paul R. Ill Columbia, SC 

Financial Management 
Sanford, John H Dale, SC 

Financial Management 

Sange, Jabeen Greenville, SC 

Accounting 

Sayegh, John Peter Columbia, SC 

Finance 

Schirasa, Deborah Leilani Columbia, SC 

Accounting 

Schraauch, George E Macungie, PA 

History 

Scholz, Joseph Thomas Sykesville, MD 

Industrial Education 

Schwartz, Richard Scott Clemson, SC 

Industrial Arts 

Scott, Brad W Williston, SC 

Management 

Scott, Margaret K Darlington, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Seabrook, Robin E Johns Island, SC 

English 

Seastrunk, Elizabeth Anne Irmo, SC 

Financial Management 

Seavey, David L Columbia. SC 

Accounting 

Seay, Robert A Charleston, SC 

Financial Management 

Seel, Robert M Statesboro, GA 

Architecture/Design 

Self, James C. Ill Greenwood, SC 

Administrative Management 

Serock, Pamella Heather Trenton, NJ 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Serrano, Manuel I Clemson, SC 

Food Science 

Serrett, Saundra N Charlotte, NC 

Accounting 



404 



CLASSES 





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Setzekorn, Sheila Denise Kennesaw, GA 

Nursing 

Sewell, Timothy D Simpsonville, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Sexton, Cristie Ann Hendersonville, NC 

Management 

Sexton, John Kevin Clemson, SC 

Building Science/Mgt. 

Shackelford, Clay Lonnie Wauchula, FL 

Architecture 

Shaluly. Richard George Greenville, SC 

Architecture 

Shanbhag, Arun Bombay, India 

Bioengineering 

Sharpe, Kelly Ann Charleston, SC 

Marketing 

Shaw, Robert Randall Greensboro, NC 

Financial Management 

Sheriff, Bobby Scott Easley, SC 

Computer Science 

Sherman. Christine Albequerque, NM 

Industrial Engineering 

Sherrill, Kelly Ann Annapolis, MD 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Shie, Hochen Charles A Taipei, Taiwan 

Industrial Management 

Shillinglaw. John Craig Anderson, SC 

Computer Science 

Shuler, Robert A Holly Hill. SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Simmons, Nadra Lee Lafayette, IN 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 
Simon. Laura L Delray Beach. FL 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Simonis, Cathy West Chester, PA 

Management 

Sinclair, David D Central, SC 

Entomology 
Sisk, Todd G Stanley, NC 

Building Science Mgt. 

Sisson. Lark A Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Marketing 
Siudzinski. Robert ... Ponte Vedra Beach. FL 

Resort Design/Management 

Skelton, Nancy Carol Spartanburg, SC 

History 
Skinner, Dea Clemson, SC 

Secondary Education/Math. 
Skinner, Laura C Kingsport, TN 

Administrative Management 

Skrezec. Kimberly Greenport, NY 

Secondary Education/Math 

Slocum, Jeff Walterboro, SC 

Economics 

Slye, Jill Anne Potomac, MD 

English 

Small, Mordecai Vance, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Smart, Lisa Maria Columbus, GA 

Management 



SENIORS X. 405 



smart-stark 



Smart, Theodore N Rockville, MD 

Building Science 

Smith, Barney Jacksonville, FL 

Accounting 

Smith, Brent P Wilmington, DE 

Graphic Communications 

Smith, Gary L Myrtle Beach, SC 

Computer Science 

Smith, Hugh B Newberry, SC 

Agriculture Mech/Business 

Smith, Junius R. Ill Clemson, SC 

Secondary Education/History 

Smith, Larry B. Jr Marshville, NC 

Civil Engineering 

Smith, Randall W Simpsonville, SC 

Building Science 

Smith, Timothy Alstin Clemson, SC 

History 

Smith, Wanda D Lexington, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Snape, Roger Scott Easley, SC 

Management 
Snead, Allison Columbia, SC 

Elementary Education 
Soehnlin, Cheryl Summerville, SC 

Industrial Management 

Sojourner, Ruth B St. George, SC 

Management 
Solesbee, Joni Patrice Greenville, SC 

Financial Management 

Sons, Jami Columbia, SC 

Microbiology 

Sorensen, Stephen N Roebuck, SC 

Financial Management 

Sorrell, Colette M Balto, MD 

Nursing 

Spencer, Thomas F Aiken, SC 

Accounting 

Spitzka, Torsten Seneca, SC 

Computer Science 

Springfield, Michael E Easley, SC 

Computer Science 

Sprouse, Stephen M Gaffney, SC 

Food Science 

St. Laurent, Pamela Y Charleston, SC 

Marketing 

Staley, James T Greenwood, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Stall, Jennifer Darlene Summerville, SC 

Science Teaching/Math 

Stamey, John R Aiken, SC 

Chemical Engineering 

Stancil, Kimberly R Westminster, SC 

Political Science 

Stanley, Barbara Lynn Hartsville, SC 

Psychology 

Stanton, Laura L Clover, SC 

Economics 

Stark, Laurel Elizabeth Simpsonville, SC 

Management 




406 



CLASSES 




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Steedly, Elizabeth J Bamberg, SC 

History/Secondary Ed. 

Stephens. Eric B. ' " Gaffney, SC 

Chemistry 

Stephens, Gregory Scott Simpsonville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Stephens, Tom Clinton, SC 

Forest Management 

Stephenson, John Barrett Sebring, FL 

Electrical Engineering 

Stewart. Hal Sunset, SC 

Secondary Education 

Stinecipher. Jancie L Chattanooga, TN 

Chemistry 

Stisser, Nina Spartanburg, SC 

Financial Management 

Stone, John Simpson IV Lugoff, SC 

Secondary Education 

Stone, Sonja A Ridgeville, SC 

Management 

Stovall, Steven David Greenville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Strange, Christopher Todd Sumter, SC 

Marketing 

Stuart, L. Crosland Bartow, FL 

Financial Management 

Sturcken, Laura Marie Charleston. SC 

Management 

Sullivan, Mark Edward Perry, GA 

Accounting 

Surka, Ayaz E Moore, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Swygert, Todd F West Columbia, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Tabatabai, Susan Atlanta, GA 

International Business 

Tant, Tamron Layne Simpsonville, SC 

Computer Science 

Taylor, Alyson Garden City, SC 

Marketing 

Taylor, Andrew Gordon Columbia, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Taylor, Matthew Kean Jacksonville, FL 

Architecture 

Teal, Chris Greenwood, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Tedrow, Emily Cady Clifton Park, NY 

Mechanical Engineering 

Theimer, Claudia Springfield, VA 

Management 

Therrell, Patsy Bennettsville, SC 

Science Teaching/Math 

Tholen, Blake North Myrtle Beach, SC 

Management 

Thomas, Anthony J Sumter, SC 

Psychology 
Thomas, Charles Kyle Pickens, SC 

Industrial Management 
Thomas, David Spartanburg, SC 

Computer Engineering 



SENIORS N. 407 



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Thomas, Donna Centerville, OH 

Nursing 

Thompson, Andrea T Timonium, MD 

Mechanical Engineering 

Thompson, Jennifer Charlotte, NC 

Administrative Management 

Thompson, Judy Acworth, GA 

Accounting 

Thompson, Ronald Greenville, SC 

Management 

Thornton, Traci Annette N Augusta, SC 

Elementary Education 

Tice, Dawn E Muncy, PA 

French 

Tidwell, William T N. Augusta, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Timbes, Terri A Conway, SC 

Accounting 

Tinsley, Charles M Etowah, NC 

Building Science Management 

Tolbert, Monike Iva, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Tolentino, Rodante North Charleston, SC 

Computer Science 

Tollison, Gina Renee North Augusta, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Tomlinson, John D Lynchburg, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Torbik, Sally A Vienna, VA 

Civil Engineering 

Townsend, Dawn Lake View, SC 

Elementary Education 

Trainor, Tracy Lee Sparta, NJ 

Political Science 
Treadwell, David M Jacksonville, FL 

Electrical Engineering 

Tressler, Patricia Ann Horseheads, NY 

Administrative Management 
Truluck, Sarah McKenzie Charleston, SC 

Financial Management 

Tucker, Gregory Clemson, SC 

Design 

Tumblin, William E., II Laurens, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Turner, Patrick William Spartanburg, SC 

Financial Management 

Uptegrove, Russell Louis Hanahan, SC 

Zoology 

Valinski, Peter Todd Westborough, MA 

Science Teaching 

Van Blaricom, Donald Central, SC 

Forest Management 

Vanwingeroen, Robert .... Emerald Island, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Vehaun, Paul A Rock Hill, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Viering, Beth Ann Union, SC 

Financial Management 

Vonderlippe, Sonia Renee Pendleton, SC 

Computer Science 




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Voyer, Alison R Greenville, SC 

Psycholog>' 

Vucish, Kelly L Aiken, SC 

Nursing 

Wagner, Amy Elizabeth Atlanta, GA 

Psychology 

Wakim, Paul C Charleston, SC 

Financial Management 

Waldrep, David Sidney Pelzer, SC 

Administrative Management 

Walker, Wendy A Chambersburg, PA 

Psychology 
Wall, Donetta R. Hartsville. SC 

Industrial Management 
Walls. Jim W Greenville, SC 

Industrial Engineering 

Walmer, Rebecca Ruth Hershey, PA 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 
Walsh. Lisa A Dickson City, PA 

Financial Management 

Walters, Daniel Lee Charleston, SC 

Management 

Walters, Glenn Ervin Augusta, GA 

Chemical Engineering 

Walters. Timothy R St. George, SC 

Administrative Management 

Ward. Janice L N. Charleston, SC 

Science Teaching/Math 

Ward. Jeffrey Brian Greenville, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

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SENIORS X. 409 



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Ward, Maureen Seagirt, NJ 

English 

Ward, Toni M Georgetown, SC 

Nursing 

Warren, Merrell Atlanta, GA 

Financial Management 

Waters, Daniel Kibbe Hendersonville, NC 

Financial Management 

Waters, Joni L Irmo, SC 

Early Childhood Education 

Waters, Philemon Berry Aiken, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Watkins, Stephen Edward Greenville, SC 

Building Science Management. 

Watson, Aurelia Bamberg, SC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Watson, Karen Ponte Vedra Bch, FL 

Computer Information Systems 

Watson, Mattee St. Augustine, FL 

Industrial Management 

Watts, Jeffrey M Rock Hill, SC 

Management 

Weatherford, Rufus Allen Hanahan, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Weaver, Donna Renee Woodruff, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Weaver, Jeanie Greenwood, SC 

Civil Engineering 

Webb, Lewis R Salley, SC 

Agriculture Mech/Business 

Weed, John Jantzen Charleston, SC 

Electrical Engineering 

Weir, David Kirk Winnsboro, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Weisner, Billy Julian Jr Easley, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Welborn, Malcolm David Anderson, SC 

Financial Management 

Weldon, Anne Charleston, SC 

Marketing 

West, Sheri Columbus, GA 

Management 

Whatley, Deborah Renee Cayce, SC 

Nursing 

White, Janice S North Augusta, SC 

Financial Management 

White, Karen J Greenville, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

White, Kenneth Gary Clemson, SC 

Computer Science 

Whitesel, Karla L Salem, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Whitesides, Karen V Tifton, GA 

Accounting 

Whitlock, Christopher Spartanburg, SC 

Political Science 

Whitlow, Jennifer Hilton Head Island, SC 

History 

Whitney, Douglas Pisgah Forest, NC 

Architecture 



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410 >v CLASSES 





wilde-williams 



Wilde, Susanna B Horseheads, NY 

Biochemistry 

Wilhelm, Diana Lee Morgantown, WV 

Nursing 

Wilhide, Jimmy Lancaster, SC 

Architecture 

Wilkes, Jack R. Jr Winnsboro, SC 

Industrial Technology Ed. 

Wilkins, Elizabeth Jane Norcross, GA 

Earlv Childhood Education 



Williams, Chad Rock Hill, SC 

Administrative Management 

Williams, Dale M Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Textile Management 

Williams, David Alan Van Wyck, SC 

Computer Engineer 

Williams, Geoff A Greenville. SC 

Computer Science 

Williams, John R Austell, GA 

Financial Management 



Williams, Jonathan Scott Florence, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Williams, Melanie Paige Taylors, SC 

Sociology 

Williams, Melissa Dawn Rock Hill, SC 

Mathematical Science 

Williams, Michael G Anderson, SC 

Economics 

Williams, Nancy Ellen Burlington, NC 

Civil Engineering 



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SENIORS V 411 



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Williams, Renee Pelzer, SC 

Sociology 

Williams, Sarah A Cumberland, MD 

Textile Science 

Williams, Thad A Brittons Neck, SC 

Agricultural Economics 

Williams, Angela Robin Florence, SC 

Marketing 

Williamson, Jay G Central, SC 

Engineering Analysis 

Wills, Alfred Harris III Greenville, SC 

Accounting 

Wilson, Julia R Atlantic Beach, FL 

Economics 

Wilson, Laurens H. Ill Charleston, SC 

Financial Management 

Wimmer, Christine Bethlehem, PA 

English 

Winburn, Tracey A Conway, SC 

Graphic Communications 

Windhorn, Michael S Blythewood, SC 

Forest Management 

Wingard, Kimberly A Lexington. SC 

Chemical Engineering 

Wingate, Deidre North Augusta, SC 

Financial Management 

Winn, Lisa L Saluda, SC 

Nursing 

Winslow, Glynn Allen Georgetown, SC 

Forest Management 

Wise, Stephanie A West Columbia, SC 

Ceramic Engineering 

Wist, Christina Tega Cay, SC 

Financial Management 

Witherspoon, Linda Anne Conway, SC 

Elementary Education 

Wittek, William S Charlotte, NC 

Environmental Systems Engr 

Witzig, Christine Carol Hartsville, SC 

Marketing 

Wolf, Nancilee H Atlanta, GA 

Financial Management 
Wolfe, Gary Randall Columbia, MD 

Financial Management 
Wood, Christopher P Easley, SC 

Financial Management 
Wood, Cindy Lee Atlanta, GA 

Mathematical Science 

Wood, Valerie Kay Gray Court, SC 

Accounting 

Woodbury, Scott P Princeton Jet., NJ 

Political Science/Soc. 

Woods, Christina L Hampton, SC 

Financial Management 

Workman, Kenneth Lee Aiken, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Worthy, Mary Sue Clemson. SC 

Marketing 

Wray, Monta Landrum, SC 

Administrative Management 



412 >». CLASSES 





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Wright. Melanie Columbia, SC 

Management 

Wright. Nancy .Ann Sarasota, FL 

Nursing 

Yarbniugh, Cynthia K Honea Path, SC 

Elementary Education 

Meager. Kristen N Lewisburg, WV 

Early Childhood Education 

Yon, James Kermit Lake Wylie, SC 

Industrial Management 

^'iin. Kevin P. Anderson, SC 

.■\nimal Science 

Young. Amy Greenville, SC 

Parks/Rec/Tour/Mgt. 

Young. Andrea Yvette Spartanburg, SC 

Political Science 

Young, Mark E Hendersonville, NC 

Mechanical Engineering 

Young. Randolph G Simpsonville, SC 

Computer Engineering 

Zabel, Julie Lynn Fort Mill, SC 

Financial Management 
Zachary. Kimberly Spartanburg. SC 

Elementary Education 
Zanin, Frank J Virginia Beach. VA 

Financial Management 

Zimbahwoo. Mushu B Taylors, SC 

Mechanical Engineering 
Zollicoffer. Jay Winston-Salem, NC 

Mathematical Sciences 

Zolnierowicz, David P Hanahan, SC 

History 



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Abbott. Ashley James New Orleans. LA 

Abbott. Catherine Anne Freehold. NJ 

Abercrombie. Angela Columbia, SC 

Abernathy, Missy Gaffney, SC 

Abraham, Norman James Jacksonville, FL 

Abrams. Tracv Ocean Grove. NJ 



Ackerman. Laura Ann 
Ackernian, Louis M. 

Adair. Benji 

Adair. Wayne Clyde 
Adams. John Quincy IV 
Adams. Larry 



Adams. Linda Jane 
Adams. Lisa 
Adams. Trannie E. 
.Adcock. John David 
Adcock. Melissa Catherine 
Adcock. Michael Stephen 



Addison. Paige 

Addis(m. Thomas Matthew 

Addy. Angela D. 

Adler. Tracy 

Adrian. Joel A. 

Ahearn. Cissy 



Seabrook. SC 

Seabrook. SC 

Inman. SC 

.Spartanburg. SC 

Charleston, SC 

St. George, SC 



Bennettsville, SC 

Spartanburg. SC 

Atlanta. GA 

Taylors. SC 

Greenville, SC 

Taylors, SC 



Boca Raton. FL 
Cottageville, SC 
Leesville, SC 
Shaw AFB. SC 
West Chicago. IL 
Orangeburg. SC 



Ahnert. Abigail E. Bushkill. PA 

Ahnert. Emily Bushkill. PA 

Aiken. Connie Greenville. SC 

Aiken. Stacey L. , Edsley, SC 

Aklema. Douglas Donald Simpsonville, SC 
Albach. Alan Hanahan, SC 

Albert, Joseph Wayne Goose Creek, SC 

Alcott. Jennifer A St. Petersburg, FL 

Alcott. Laura St. Petersburg, FL 

Aldrich, Stephen M Burlington. CT 

Alewine. Paige Taylors. SC 

Alewine. Paul B. Anderson, SC 



.Alexander. Alicia Lvnn 


Walhalla 


SC 


Alexander. Elke Elise 


Pickens. 


SC 


Alexander. Pamela 


Meriden, 


CT 


Algary. Sarahi Price 


Greenville 


SC 


Allen. Charles 


Clemson, 


SC 


Allen. Charles 


Anderson, 


SC 



Allen. Emery Kathleen Highland, CA 

Allen, Rusty Piedmont, SC 

Allen, Timmi , Union, SC 

Allen, Travis Piedmont, SC 

Allison, Kay Gaffney, SC 

Altman, Cathy Galivants Ferry, SC 

Amberson, Kevin Cooperstown, NY 

Ambrosetti, Maria A Dunwoody, GA 

Ambrosiano, Joseph T Cincinnati, OH 

Ames, John K Longwood, FL 

Ammons, Stephen Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Amos, Stacey Renee Elgin, SC 




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Amyette, Brenton H. Camden. SC 

Anadol, Sinan O. Istanbul, Turkey 

Anderson, Angela N. Starr, SC 

Anderson, Barbara J. . Spartanburg, SC 

Anderson, Betsy Aiken, SC 

Anderson, Carol Anderson, SC 

Anderson, Drew Wade Irmo, SC 

Anderson, Ginger R. Travelers Rest, SC 

Anderson, Jody New Park, PA 

Anderson, John Lexington, KY 

Anderson, Jon Eric St, Petersburg, FL 

Anderson, Luke Baltimore, MD 

Anderson, Mark Pickens, SC 

Anderson, Tiffoni Lexington, SC 

Anderson, Wayne M Greenville, SC 

Andrews, Donna Michelle Saluda, SC 

Andrews. Mark Kevin Fountain Inn, SC 

Andrews, Scoll Laurens, SC 

.Angert, Anne F. Havre De Grace, MD 

.\nniss. Raquel Greer. SC 

Anthun\'. Janine D Decatur. GA 

Anthony, Lisa Greenville, SC 

Appel, Meianie Fallston, MD 

Aquino, Kimberly S, Fort Mill, SC 

Arescolm. Lisa M Charlotte, NC 

Arldt, Brian K. Simpsonville, SC 

Arledge, Bo Tryon. NC 

Armhrust, Melissa Anderson, .SC 

Armstrong, Angela Mauldin, SC 

Armstrong, John V. Jr Fountain Inn. SC 



Armstrong, .loseph G. 
Armstrong, Sharon 
Arnold, .lulie Ann 
Arnold, Kathryn Anne 
Arnold, .Susan 
Arthur, Amy K 



Taylors, SC 

Laurens, SC 

Summerville, SC 

Asheville, NC 

Kingsport, TN 

Columbia, SC 



Arthur, Brian C. Great Falls, VA 

Asbill, Jascm Clemson, SC 

Asher, Amy Lexington, KV 

Atkinson, Teague E Mechanicsburg, PA 

Attaway, Courtney Melissa Greenville, SC 

Attaway, Dawn Greenville, SC 

Attaya, Carolyn M. Burlington, MA 

Aucoin. Adrienne Columbia, SC 

Aulds, Geoff Werford. PA 

Ault. Tracey Diane Danbury. CT 

Austin, Amy Lexington, .SC 

Austin, Lauri Ann Camden, SC 

Avery, Tanya L. Sumter, SC 

Avinger, Mauldin Amarillo, TX 

Aydlette, Bobby North Charleston, SC 

Ayer, Amy Wood North Augusta, SC 

Ayer, Chris Stone Mountain, GA 

Ayers, Jay Winnsboro, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN >V 415 







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Avers, Timothy S 


Elberton, GA 


,1' Avers, William Jeffrey . . . . 


Columbia, SC 


Babb, Tracy 


Inman, SC 


i, Babic, Jennifer . 


Springfield, VA 


1 Baggett, Dawn R. 


Clemson, SC 


» Bagley, James Jr. 


Chester. SC 


' Bagwell, Amy E. 


Summerville. SC 


Bagwell, Barbara Jane 


- Spartanburg, SC 


Bahner David P. 


Kettering, OH 


Baianu, Richard J 


Eatontown, NJ 


Bailes, Marshall A. Jr. 


Clover, SC 


Bailes, Sharon 


Fripp Island, SC 


Bailey. Barbra Laurene 


Columbia, SC 


Bailev, David 


Florence, SC 


Bailey, Ian 


Columbia, SC 


Bailey, Kelly E. 


Columbia, SC 


Bailey, Mary Ruth 


Greenville, SC 


Baines, Susan R. 


Gaffney, SC 


Baird, Annette . 


Richmond, VA 


Baker, Douglas B. 


Randolph AFB, TX 


Baker, J. Chris 


Melbourne, FL 


Baker, Kelli L. 


Anderson, SC 


Baker, Nancy J. 


, Springfield, VA 


Baker, Scott 


Pickens, SC 


Balcombe, Beth 


Mauldin, SC 


Baldwin, Richard M 


Clemson, SC 


Balkcom, John R 


Honea Path, SC 


Ballentine, John R 


Clemson, SC 


Banas, Amy Kathryn 


Canton, OH 


Banks, Robbie 


Cola, SC 


Barakat, Amy A. 


Greensboro, NC 


Barbieri, Chris A. 


Savannah, GA 


Barbrev, Glenn 


Fountain Inn, SC 


Barfield, Jacqueline Ann 


McColl, SC 


Barfoot, Norman L 


Gray Court, SC 


Barham-Morgan, Scott ... 


Marion, SC 



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Barker, Cindy Woodstown, NJ 

Barkman, Angle Spartanburg. SC 

Barksdale. Callis Greenville, SC 

Barnes, Brian Roanoke Rapids, NC 

Barnes, Everett Batesburg. SC 

Barnes, Rhonda Renee St. Matthews, SC 

Barnett, Eric Greer, SC 

Barnette. Robert M Greer, SC 

Barnhill, Haven R Columbia, SC 

Barnhill, Mark P Gaffney, SC 

Barr, Dina Rock Hill. SC 

Barras, Lisa Michelle Taylors, SC 

Barrett. Jim Rockhill, SC 

Barrett, Robert " Huntington, WV 

Barrett. William Scott Decatur, GA 

Barrier, Krista R Summerville, SC 

Bash, .Jennifer Kay Gastonia, NC 

Basha, Paul Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Basher, Anjum Anderson, SC 

Bashore. Allen S Chapin, SC 

Bass, Carey Roxanne Hartsville, SC 

Bass, David Columbia, SC 

Bata, Ahmed R Clemson. SC 

Bates. Joseph McCord IH Irmo. SC 

Bates. Kenneth B Piedmont, SC 

Batson, Amanda M Greenville, SC 

Batson, Michael D Lexington, SC 

Batten, Bryan Pendleton, SC 

Bauer, Becky Rockville, MD 

Bauer, Lynn Chesterfield, MD 

Baxley, Christy Elizabeth , Marion. SC 

Baxter. Jennifer Clemson. SC 

Bavha. William Scott Brick. NJ 

Beach. Todd Hanahan. SC 

Beacham. Bowen Virginia Beach. VA 

Beall. .Stephen W. Friendship, MD 

Bean. Amy Marietta, GA 

Beard, Christopher M Simpsonville, SC 

Beasley, Elizabeth Clemson, SC 

Beaujon, Jon D. Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Beck. Lori L Anderson, SC 

Beck. Mieke Anne Tampa, FL 

Beck. Randy Clemson, SC 

Beckham, .Sharon M Charlotte, NC 

Becknell, Anne Charleston, SC 

Beckum, Matthew J Graniteville, SC 

Beeler, Eric Stacey Greenville. SC 

Behery. Moody Clemson, SC 

Behrens, Anthony Seneca, SC 

Behrens, Chris Seneca, SC 

Belecanech, Eric A Sykesville, MD 

Bell, Courtney S Albemarle, NC 

Bell, Ed Columbia, SC 

Bell, Ryan Riser Spartanburg, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Bell, Scott 


. . Atlanta, GA 


Bell. Stephanie R. 


McCormick, SC 


Beilis, Dawn Michele 


Richmond, KY 


Belue, Sandy 


. Travelers Rest, SC 


Bondelow, Mary Ann 


Annapolis, MD 


Benfield, Vanessa K 


Bronxville, NY 


Benjamin, Denise Michele 


Rock Hill, SC 


Benko, Robert R 


Binghamton, NY 


Bennett, David 


Clemson, SC 


Bennett. Michael Scott . 


Anderson, SC 


Bennett, Nancy L . 


Charleston, SC 


Bennett, Rene 


Clemson, SC 


Bennett, Susan 


Mount Pleasant, SC 


Bennett, Thomas 


Marietta, SC 


Benson, Estelle M. 


. Varnville, SC 


Berg, Jeffrey W. 


Clemson, SC 


Berge. Laura 


. Dover, NJ 


Berger, Rhett 


Columbia, SC 


Bergman, Douglas M. 


Anderson, SC 


Bernier. David L. 


Hilton Head, SC 


Berry, Alvin Nelson 


Lexington, SC 


Berry. F. Clark 


Lexington. SC 


Best. E. Elizabeth 


Bethune, SC 


Best, Marvin 


Bethune, SC 


Betchman. Sara 


Charleston, SC 


Bethea, Ben 


Darlington, SC 


Bethea. Donna L. 


Fort Mill, SC 


Betts, Donald R. 


Radnor, PA 


Beyer, Lisa H. 


Brookfield. WI 


Biddiscombe. Andrew J. 


Broomall, PA 



Bigby, A. Caroline 

Billett, Andy 


Norcross, GA 

York, PA 




West Union. SC 


Binnicker. Robbie 

Binnix, Justin 

Bircher, Dana Elizabeth 


Norway, SC 

Annapolis, MD 

Severna Park, MD 


Birchfield, Kenneth 

Bird, Melinda 


Columbia, SC 

Delray Beach FL 


Birkett, Susannah 

Bisese, William M 

Bishop, Kym 

Bishop, Terry 


Suffern, NY 

Norfolk, VA 

Clemson, SC 

Aiken, SC 


Bishop, Tim ... 
Bittner, Michele 
Bjontegard. Arthur Martin 
Black. Bryan Harold 
Black. LeeAnna Dawn . . 
Black, Penni 


Greenville, SC 

Pittsburgh, PA 

III Cola, SC 

Charleston Heights, SC 

Andover, NJ 

Lexington, SC 


Black, Scott W. 
Black. Tammy Rene 
Black, Christopher William 
Blackmon, Julian C. Ill 
Blackmon, Sarah 
Blackwell. Michelle 


. Saluda, SC 

, Leesville, SC 

Atlanta, GA 

Hartsville, SC 

Manasquan, NJ 

Virginia Beach, VA 




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CLASSES 



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Blackwood, Susan A. 


Gaffney, SC 


Blackwood. William Astor 11 


, . Moore, SC 


Blair, Brian K 


Vineland, NJ 


Blake, Wendv R 


Haves. VA 


Blakely, Harriet Anne 


Lagrange. GA 


Blakely. Terry 


Piedmont, SC 


Blandford, Julie 


Vienna. VA 


Blankenbeckler, David 


Georgetown, SC 


Blaszvk, Paul E., Jr 


.... Horseheads. NY 


Bledsoe, Marion 


Johnston, SC 


Blevins. .\ngela Kave 


Chilhowie. VA 


Blevins, Nathaniel C 


York, SC 


Blew, Carolyn E. 


Rock Hill, SC 


Board, Stephen 


Patrick, SC 


Bogan, Clyde Wayne -Ir. 


Six Mile. SC 


B<>hanan, Dawn M, 


Murrells Inlet, SC 


Bohrer, Kristine M 


. E. Northport, NY 


Boland, Jay 


Greer, SC 


Bolbach. Diane E. 


Fairfax, VA 


Bold, John W. 


Lake Wvlie, SC 


Bolen, Henry M. 


Central, SC 


Bolick. Brad 


Eaton, OH 


BoUinji, Trent 


Greenville, SC 


Bolt, Marv Kate 


Greenville, SC 



Bolton, Jay Garden City, SC 

Homhardiere. Michele Burke. VA 

Bond. Mason Columbia. SC 

Bonds. Wallace S Dougla.sville, GA 

Bondurant, Stacey L Virginia Beach, VA 

Boomershine, Scott , Knoxville, TN 



Boon, Sharon Ft. Wayne, IN 

Boone, Banshee Laurens, SC 

Boone. Bill Laurens, SC 

Boone, Daniel Laurens, SC 

Boone, Frank Laurens, SC 

Booth, Allyson Atlanta, GA 



Boo/er, Charles H. Jr. 
Boozer. Christopher .1. 
Bork, Kim 
Borum, Wendy 
Bostic, Tracy 
Bostick, Allen Craig 



Columbia, SC 

Brevard, NC 

Pendellon, SC 

Spartanburg, SC 

Gaffney, SC 

Columbia, SC 



Boldorf, Lisa M. Seaford, DE 

Botlomley. John N. Vienna, VA 

Boukiught, Darren J Irmo, .SC 

Bouknighl. Darryn Floyd Newberry, SC 

Bouknight. Steven Rodgers Simpsonville. SC 

Boulware. Jefferson Thomas Fort Mill, SC 

Bowden, Sharon R Camden, SC 

Bowen, Westy Sumter. SC 

Bowers, Suzanne Heath Springs. SC 

Bowers. William Williamston. SC 

Bowie, Amelia Orangeburg, SC 

Bowie, Bradford B Easley, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN N. 419 



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Bown, David P Bethlehem. PA 

Bowyer. Katheryn A. Maitland. FL 

Boyce, Amy Rebecca Greensboro. NC 

Boyce, Dwayne Fitzgerald Laurens, SC 

Boyd, D. Allen Wilkesboro, NC 

Boyd, Isaiah 11 Rock Hill, SC 

Boyd, Jill Suzanne Clemson, SC 

Boyd, Sarah Dalton, GA 

Boyd, Wesley J Cayce, SC 

Boyles, Allen R Brunson, SC 

Boyles, Charles M Brunson, SC 

Boylston, Jenny Clemson, SC 

Boylston, John David Orangeburg, SC 

Boyt, Jennifer L Moncks Corner, SC 

Bozeman, Scott Lake Wylie, SC 

Brabrand, Douglas James Newport News. VA 

Brabrand. William Seaford. VA 

Bradberry. Tim Seneca, SC 

Bradley, Robin Sumter, SC 

Bradley. Stephen Greenville, SC 

Bragg, Raymond E. Greenville, SC 

Bramlett, Lisa L^nion, SC 

Brand, Gregory W Stanhope, NJ 

Brandes, Todd Hopkins, SC 

Brandon, Doug Jr West Chester, PA 

Brandt, Mary Beth West Columbia, SC 

Brandt, Michael Lee Williamston, SC 

Branham, Gregg Columbia. SC 

Branham, Scot Columbia, SC 

Brank, Travis L Central. SC 

Branning, Linda K Batesburg, SC 

Brant, Ashley Columbia, SC 

Brantley, William Lee Raleigh, NC 

Branton, Susan Montmorenci, SC 

Braswell, Tracy Greenwood, SC 

Bratcher, Laconna Belton, SC 

Bratton, Carla Miami, FL 

Bratton, Gary C Albuquerque, NM 

Brazell, Scott Hilton Saluda, SC 

Breazeale, Regina Pendleton, SC 

Breland, Tommy Holly Hill, SC 

Bresnihan, George E Charleston, SC 

Brewer, Gina D Allendale, SC 

Brewer, Karen M Easley, SC 

Brewer, Kevin F Greenville, SC 

Bridges, Alex Summerville. SC 

Brimmer, Becky Dunwoody, GA 

Brink, Steve Tualatin, OR 

Brinson, Renee Anderson, SC 

Bristow, Thomas C Columbia, SC 

Brittain, Wayne Richard Gastonia, NC 

Britton, John James Sumt«r, SC 

Broadwater, Kevin Dale Spartanburg, SC 

Broadwell, Rosemarie F N. Charleston, SC 




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CLASSES 



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Broam, G. Scott Burton. SC 

Brodmerkel. Jeffrey T Clover, SC 

Brogdon, Melanie Buford, GA 

Bromell. Myranda Loris, SC 

Brook, Nancy Lexington, SC 

Brooks. Andrea Seneca, SC 

Brooks, Andrea Ellen Orangeburg, SC 

Brooks, Barry Eugene Taylors, SC 

Brooks, Francine Greenwood, SC 

Brooks, Jennifer Seneca, SC 

Brooks, John Andrew Easley, SC 

Brooks, Michael L Falls Church, VA 

Brooks, Stacey Spartanburg, SC 

Brookshire, Lori Ann. . .' Spartanburg, SC 

Broomfield. Jeffrey P Summerville, SC 

Broomfield, Russell Baton Rouge, LA 

Brotherton, Scott Allen Easley. SC 

Broughton, Bridget B Cross, SC 

Browder. Stephen Charleston, SC 

Brown. Alan N. Inman, SC 

Brown, Andrea Easley, SC 

Brown, Bradley Pitts Gaffney, SC 

Brown, Brenda Kay Bethesda, MD 

Brown, Brett Spartanburg, SC 



The beauty of the campus is one of 
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Brown, Carl E. Aiken, SC 

Brown, Courtney Clemson, SC 

Brown, Craig Littleton Martinsville, VA 

Brown, David Martinsville, VA 

Brown, James H Mountain Rest, SC 

Brown, James Michael Greenville, SC 

Brown, Jay Mount Pleasent, SC 

Brown, Jennifer Denise Columbia, SC 

Brown. Kelly G Gaffney, SC 

Brown, Kelly Jean Tobernacle, NJ 

Brown, Kelly Jo Anderson, SC 

Brown, Kim Lanette Columbia, SC 

Brown, Kimberly Ann Columbia, SC 

Brown, Marie Greenwood, SC 

Brown, Missi Spartanburg, SC 

Brown. Patricia J. Anderson. SC 

Brown. Rita S Williamston, SC 

Brown, Russell W Chapin, SC 

Brown, Shelley Columbia, SC 

Brown. Stephanie M West Orange. NJ 

Brown. Stephen L Atlantic Highlands, NJ 

Brown. Steven T Elgin, SC 

Brown, Tom E Columbia, SC 

Brown, Tracy M Bethune, SC 



Browning, Laurie Westernfort, MD 

Broyles, Julie A. Amherst. VA 

Broyles. Lora Margaret Augusta. GA 

' Bruner. M. Peyton Cola, SC 

Brunson. Robert S Jamestown. SC 

Brush, Virginia L Huntington, NY 

Bruton, Angela M Chapin, SC 

Bryan, Alexander Douglas West Union, SC 

Bryan, Clifton E Statesville, NC 

Bryan, Richard K. Johns Island. SC 
Bryant. Paul Terrence Moore, SC 

Bryant, Robert Paul EutawviUe, SC 

Bryson, Buffy Piedmont, SC 

Buck, Karen Orangeburg, SC 

Buckley. Ellen M Glen Arm, MD 

Buddin. Elizabeth Cola, SC 

Budkovich, Pamela Monroe, GA 

Bufford. Britt R Greenwood, SC 

Bufford. Daniel Alfred Greenville, SC 

Buie, Glenn A. Columbia, SC 

Bull. Brent Taylors, SC 

Bollard. Gretchen Laura Morgantown, WV 

Bunch, Kelly Waynesville, NC 

Bunting, Kathryn W Herndon, VA 

Burbage, George Gregory Summerville, SC 

Burcher, David Raleigh, NC 

Burg, David Dunwoody, GA 

Burger, Daniel Midlothian, VA 

Burgess, Joel Travelers Rest, SC 

Burgess, Laura Charleston, WV 




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CLASSES 



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Burgess. Patrick Hogan Spartanburg, SC 

Burgin. David Greenville, SC 

Burke, Lauren Brightwaters. NY 

Burkett, Lori Orlando, FL 

Burkett. Micki Clemson, SC 

Burkhardt, Beth Ann Portsmouth, VA 



Burl, Jennifer Bedford, NH 

Burleson, Kristin K. Columbia, SC 

Burnett, Kyle Chesnee. SC 

Burns, Evan H. Bethesda, MD 

Burns, Michelle EastanoUee, GA 

Burns. Patty A Goose Creek, SC 

Burns. Robert F Lake Forest, IL 

Burr, Mary Jayne ; Cheraw, SC 

Burrell. Jenny Clover, SC 

Burrell, Malesa Walhalla, SC 

Burrows, G. Reynolds Sumter, SC 

Burt. Ronald G. Jupiter, FL 



Burtis, Laura Louise Bridgewater, CT 

Burton, Chad Westminster, SC 

Bush, Anna Catherine Richmond, VA 

Butler. Christine Columbia, SC 

Butler, David A New Cumberland, PA 

Butterfield, Andrew Orange Park, FL 

Byars, Kimberly Lynn Gaffney, SC 

Bynum, Philip Easley, SC 

Bywater, Bill Orlando. FL 

Cabaniss, Ted Spartanburg, SC 
Caffrey, Paul Moore.sville, NC 
Caggiano. Robyn E Gaffney, SC 

Caime. Susan M. Malvern, PA 

Cain, Andy Kokomo, IN 

Cain, Joseph E Lake Forest, IL 

Cain, Sherry E Mount Pleasant, SC 

Calcutt, Wade Pamplico, .SC 

Calderon, Meredith Vienna, VA 

Caldwell, Pamela Anderson, .SC 

Caley, Cheryl 1 Pendleton, .SC 

Callaham, Andrew Neil Belton, SC 

Callahan, Trip Rutherfordton, NC 

Callahan, Troy B Easley, SC 

Callowav, Brian S Manning, SC 

Calsing, Lori Reanee Spartanburg, SC 

Calvasina, Michael W Cantonment, FL 

Calvert. Miles Johnson City. TN 

Camacho, Jennifer Charleston, SC 

Cameron, Lee Chester. SC 

Camp. James Timothy Georgetown, SC 

Campbell, Alan F Clinton, SC 

Campbell, Cassanova T Seneca, SC 

Campbell, Mary Anne Taylors, SC 

Campbell. Rachel .1 Pelzer, SC 

Campbell. Sallye Seneca. SC 

Campbell, Thomas A. IV Seneca, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



423 



Campbell 



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Campbell. Tracy Anderson, SC 

Campbell. Tracy Ann Maitland, FL 

Campbell, Travis Moore Greer, SC 

Cann, Lisa Marie Iva, SC 

Cannon, Michael Moncks Corner, SC 

Cantey, .Angela Mount Pleasant, SC 



Cantrell, M. Lynn Greenville, SC 

Capps, Robert Greenville, SC 

Caraballo, Roderick Taylors, SC 

Carland, Donna Sue Horse Shoe, NC 

Carlson, Leslie E. Alexandria, VA 

Carlton, Scott L. Orchard Park, NY 



Carnevale, Amanda Alexandria, VA 

Carnevale, Francine A. Richmond. VA 

Carney, Courtney Lynn Columbia, SC 

Carney. Shanna Estelle Rockville, MD 

Carraway, Lori Anne Lynchburg, SC 

Carrillo. Richard L Salisbury, MD 



Carroll, Anthony Scott York, SC 

Carroll, James A Cola, SC 

Carroll. Tracey E. Westminster, SC 

Carson, Cheryl Cameron, SC 

Carter, Andy Greenville, SC 

Carter, Chere Dunwoody, GA 



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Carter, Greg Westminster, SC 

Carter, John R. Jr Fort Mill, SC 

Carter, Margaret Shelley Spartanburg, SC 

Carter. Ray Obrian Jr Chapin. SC 

Carter, Rick Mount Pleasant, SC 

Carter, Rob Banshee Matthew, NC 

Carter, Robert Charlotte, NC 

Carter, Suzanne Hartsviile, SC 

Carter, .Alexander Lewis, Jr. . .' Decatur, GA 

Cartledge, Kristi Ann ParksviUe, SC 

Case, Cathy Hendersonville, TN 

Case, Daniel G Seneca, SC 

Casey, Jeff Roebuck, SC 

Casey, Kimberly Ann Potomac, MD 

Cash. Larei Rockhill, SC 

Cash. Wanda Renita Orangeburg, SC 

Caskey. Brian T Aiken, SC 

Cason, Ginnv Easlev, SC 



Cassell, Shannon G. 
Cassol. Mark Adam 
Castellion, Jocelyn 
Castles, Kandice Marie 
Castles, Page 
Castles, Sara 



Easlev, SC 

Blacksburg, VA 

Oxford, NY 

Chester, SC 

Rion, SC 

Columbia, SC 



Caughman, Craig A Lessville, SC 

Causey, Sonya Elaine Nichols, SC 

Cauthen, Andrew L. Sallcy, SC 

Cauthen, Hope Piedmont, SC 

Cavanaugh, Susan Marietta, GA 

Caveness. Angela J. Aiken, SC 



Cecil. Rebecca Winchester, KY 

Cellura, Jeffrey R Southbury, CT 

Centanni, Mary New Providence, NJ 

Chamberlain, Carol S Red Bank, NJ 

Chamberlain, David E Augusta, GA 

Chamberlain, Eddie Salisbury, NC 



Chamberlin, Mary Ellen Rockville, MD 

Chambers. Curt J Charlotte, NC 

Chambers, I.ee J. Columbia, SC 

Chamblee, Andrew K Greenville, SC 

Chandler, I.ee Ann Rock Hill, SC 

Chandley, Michelle Georgetown, SC 



Chaphe, Robert Scott 
Chaplin. Nancy 
Chapman. Christina 
Chapman. Gabrielle 
Chappell. Amanda Neely 
Charap, Natasha Louise . 



. . Sturbridge, MA 
. . Hartsviile, SC 
Indialantic, FL 
Miami Shores, FL 
..Rock Hill, .SC 
. Ocean View, NJ 



Charlesefird. William Savannah, GA 

Charping, Ashley Danielle Greenville, SC 

Chartier. Sean Clemson. SC 

Chastain, Billy Cola, SC 

Chastain, Derek S Pickens. SC 

Chastain, Julie Pickens, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



425 



cheek 



^ 



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Cheek. Amanda L. Taylors. SC 

Chelf. Carole Melisa Greenville. SC 

Cherry. Lisa A Bowman. SC 

Cherry. Walt Orangeburg. SC 

Chester. Kimberly Severna Park. MD 

Chewning, Miriam Greer. SC 



Chien. Louis 
Childers. Lisa J. 
Childers, Scott 
Childs. Beth Marie 
Childs. Tammy Lynn 
Chinuntdet. Paul 



Orangeburg. SC 

Gaffney. SC 

Gaffney. SC 

.Sarasota. FL 

Seneca. .SC 

Madison. \VV 



Chlosta. Matt Waldorf. MD 

Chrisman. Michelle E Chamblee. GA 

Chrismer. Elizabeth Easley. SC 

Christmus. Robin M Lexington. SC 

Christopher. .Jill .Anderson. SC 

Chua, Penelope Ruychin Kulhing. SA MSIA 



Cills, Garvey Columbia. SC 

Clair. Ashley . Charleston. SC 

Clair. Nancy Rachel Dunwoody, GA 

Clair. Robby , , Charleston, SC 

Clamp. Calvin McCloud Aiken, SC 

Clamp. Douglas C. Jr Pickens, SC 

Clardv, Chad B Liberty, SC 

Clark. Amy Charlotte. NC 

Clark. Anne Cincinnati. OH 

Clark. Chris WiUiston, SC 

Clark, Darby Kershaw, SC 

Clark. Frances Melissa Leesvilie. SC 

Clark. Karl R Walhalla. SC 

Clark. Rebecca A. Wilbraham. MA 

Clary. Kevin Spring. TX 

Clary. Lisa Burns Fort Lawn. SC 

Clary. Paula Anderson. .SC 

Clauson, Ronald W Pawleys Island, SC 

Clay. .Joseph Camden, SC 

Clees, Cristie Charleston, SC 

Clemens, Toni B Atlanta, GA 

Clemsensen, Michelle Byron, MN 

Clement, Ashleyann Metairie, LA 

Clemson, Robert L. Jr Florence, SC 



Clinkscales, Meg . 
Cliver, .James D. 
Cloer. Kendall 
Ciouse. Brian E. 
Clyburn. Rebecca D. 
Coan, Georgia Marie 



Cobb. Joe 

Cochran, Micahel , , , 
Cockfield, Kelly Lynn . 
Cockrell, David L. . . 
Cockrell, Pamela J. . . . 
Cockrell, Patricia 



Bamberg, SC 

Summerville, SC 

Greenville, SC 

Clover, SC 

Camden, SC 
Duncan, SC 



, Greenville, SC 

. Atlanta, GA 

Belton, SC 

Greenwood, SC 
Batesburg, SC 

, Batesburg, SC 




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CLASSES 



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coolev 







Coffee. Lee Maryville, TN 

Coffey. Hunter Paul Boone, NC 

Coffman. Angela Summerville, SO 

Coggins, Teresa B. Piedmont. SC 

Coker. Christopher .A Georgetown. SC 

Coker. Stephanie Denise Easley. SC 



Cole. Clinton E, Powder Springs. GA 

Cole. Donna Aiken, SC 

Coleman. Caroline Pamplico, SC 

Coleman. Lisa Marietta. GA 

Coleman. Sonya Rae . Travelers Rest, SC 

Coleman. Toni Marie Hilton Head Is.. SC 



Coley. Monica Clarks Hill. SC 

Coliey, Kevin Sanford Montevallo. AL 

Collins. Catherine M Ft. Walton Beach. FL 

Collins. Curtis Eddie . . Williamston. SC 

Collins. -Jane M. Easlev. SC 

Collins. .Joel W. Ill Columbia, SC 

Collins, .Joseph Keith Roswell, GA 

Collins, Sean F Taylors, SC 

Collins, Tammy Greenville, SC 

Collins. Toneq M Charaleston, SC 

Cokiuhoun. Cathleen G Roselle, NJ 

Colvin, Kerry .J Chester, SC 



(^ombs. Robert Glenn -Ir. Lexington. SC 

Comer. -lennifer Marion Laurel. DE 

Comins. Stephanie Rapid City. SD 

Comly, Kenneth M Toms River. N.J 

Compton. 'James Clinton. SC 

Condella. Robert J Horseheads. NY 



CongeU)si. Christopher R Dornestown. MD 



(^onklin. Fred '.J. 
Connelly. Amanda D. 
Connellv. Debbv E. 
Connelly. Harold P. Ill 
Connelly. Sherie Denise 



Kingsport. TN 
Prosperity, SC 
Pendleton, SC 
Rock Hill, SC 
Beauford, SC 



Conner, Harry Florence, SC 

Connors, .Jennifer S Bowie, MD 

Ccmrad, Carrie R Gaffney, SC 

Conrad, Daniel Douglas Gaffney, SC 

Ccmrad, Theresa Greenville, SC 

Conte, .Jean Maitland, FL 



Cook, Anthony Ruffin, SC 

Cook, Connie Summerville, SC 

Cook, -John H. .Jr. Orangeburg. SC 

Cook. .loseph T Matthews, NC 

Co.ik. Paul D Taylors, SC 

Cook. Reenee Leesville, SC 

Cook. Sean Christopher Clemson. SC 

Cook. Timothy E Clemson, SC 

Cooke, Lynn Travelers Rest. SC 

C(»oksey, Jason .Jacksonville, FL 

Cooley, Barbara B Greer, SC 

Cooley, Kimberly Michelle Piedmont. SC 



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427 



cooper 



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Cooper, Charlotte . 


Charleston, SC 


Cooper, David Craig. . 


, Conyers, GA 


Cooper, Jennifer L 


-Simpsonville, SC 


Cooper, Julie 


Gastonia, NC 


Cooper, Rebecca 


Gastonia, NC 


Cooper, Robert 


Greenville, SC 


■ Cooper, Susan 


Clemson, SC 


Cope. Chris 


Central. SC 


Copelan. Chervln 


Abbeville. SC 


Copeland. Rebecca 


Burke, VA 


Corbett, Joel Thomas 


Camden. SC 


Corbett, Kyle Allen 


Aiken, SC 


Corbin, Teresa Elaine 


Varnville. SC 


Corkern. Christopher 


Hihon Head Isl.. SC 


Corlev. Dawn Michelle 


Lexington. SC 


Corlev, Laurie Lvn 


Saluda. SC 


Corliss. Trish 


Manasquan. NJ 


Cosmadelis. Deana 


Clemson. SC 


Cost. Deborah 


Marriottsville, MD 


Costello. Jonathan D. 


Orient, NY 


Costleman. Havs 


Charlotte, NC 


Cothran, Tonev M 


Columbia, SC 


Couch. Kimberlv 


Williamston, SC 


Coughman. Jennifer Lynn - 


Lexington, SC 


Counihan. Carrie Shane 


Stevensville, MD 


Counts, Tony 


Batesburg, SC 


Couzens, Bryan 


Columbia, SC 


Cove, Lori 


Miami, FL 


Covington, Jim , , 


Charlotte, NC 


Covington, John F 


Greenville, SC 



After a chemistry test, many stu- 
dents find out just how well they did. 





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CLASSES 




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Underclassmen 



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Coward. Jojo Aiken, SC 

Cox. Craig North Augusta, SC 

Cox. Gary Griffin Sumter, SC 

Cox, Jay Hamilton. OH 

Cox, John v. Hampton. SC 

Cox. Krista Hemingway, SC 



Cox. Lisa .Anderson. SC 

Cox. Lori Pickens. SC 

Coyne. Thomas J lil Clover. SC 

Craig. Dawn .Arlington, VA 

Crate. Ann Anderson, SC 

Crawford, Julie Anne North Augusta, SC 

Crawford, Leslie Pendleton, SC 

Creech. Mary Glen , , ; Greenville. SC 

Creech. Susan Sumter, SC 

Crenshaw. Chevis A Seneca, SC 

Cribb. Connie Hemingway, SC 

Cribb. Mandy Hemingway. SC 



Crider. Karen Clemson, SC 

Crites. Curtis West Chester. PA 

Crocker. Jeff Spartanburg. SC 

Crocker. Lee J Spartanburg. SC 

Crockett. Katie Manassas. V'A 

Croft. Lisa Victoria . . Marion. SC 

Cromer, Knslie Anderson. SC 

Cromer. Paige Merita Newberry, SC 

Cronin. Nancy Melbourne, FL 

Crooks, Lane Clemson, SC 

Crooks, Madera McCormick. SC 

CriH>ks, Milbrey Pomaria, SC 

Crosby, Annie Summerville, SC 

Crosby. Michael T Moncks Corner. SC 

Crosley. Kristin Joy Dunwoody, GA 

Crouch, Timothy Florence, SC 

Crow, Lesa A Cowpens, SC 

Crowell, Courtney. . Laurel, MD 

Crowther. Logan Atlanta, GA 

Crowther. William C. Atlanta, GA 

Crozier, Kerry Ray Columbia, SC 

Crumpton, Susan R Walhalla, SC 

Crusco. Gregory Lane Greenville, SC 

Cruz, Josie North Charleston, SC 

Culbertson, Kelly Lane Rock Hill, SC 

Cullen. Kristen Pittsburgh, PA 

Culler. H. Orangeburg. SC 

Cummings. Rodney Eric Ridgeville. SC 

Cunningham. Cindy Union, SC 

Cunningham. Wendy Kathryn Greer, SC 

Cureton, Allison . Lancaster, SC 

Cureton, Rebecca West Union, SC 

Curreri. Patricia Setauket, NY 

Curtice, Bethany L. McConnells, SC 

Daichendt, Alyson J Severna Park. MD 

Dalrymple. Michael Alexandria, VA 



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Daiton, Carolyn S 


Wellesley Hills, MA 


Dalton, Cecelia 


Clemson. SC 


Daiton, Rad 


Pittsburgh. PA 


Dangerfield, Renee 


, , - Moncks Corner. SC 


Dansby, Rhonda P. 


Greenwood. SC 


Dargan, Eric Bernard 


Dalzell. SC 


Darling. Christopher 0. 


Ventura. CA 


Darnell. Gregory Kevin 


Easlev. SC 


Daughertv. Teresa J. 


Six Mile. SC 


Dausch David Edward 


Lutherville. MD 


Davenport. Becky . 


Irmo. SC 


Davidson. Darwin Dee 


Manassas, VA 



Davidson, Edwina Piedmont. SC 

Davidson. S. Dawn Piedmont. SC 

Davies, Rachel Roswell, GA 

Davignon, Ann Potomac, MD 

Davis, Andrea Lynn Xenia, OH 

Davis, Angela Marie Columbia, SC 

Davis, Buck Abbeville, SC 

Davis, Chandra Ware Shoals, SC 

Davis, Chri.stopher Evans Anderson, SC 

Davis, Jan Spartanburg, SC 

Davis, Jonathan J Wyckoff, NJ 

Davis, Joseph Howard Horse Shoe, NC 



Davis, Julie 
Davis, Julie A. 
Davis, Kim ^. . 
Davis, Lelia ... 
Davis, Lesley Paige 
Davis, Margie 



Rock Hill, SC 

Columbia, SC 

Laurel, MD 

Greenwood, SC 

Bridgewater, NJ 

. Charleston, SC 



Davis, Marion I. 
Davis, Mark Lee 
Davis, Scott K. 
Davis, Susan M. 
Davis, Tracey L. 
Davis, Troy 



Poquoson. VA 

Greenwood, SC 

. North Augusta. SC 

Iva. SC 

Augusta. GA 

Piedmont. SC 



Davison. Lisbeth 

Davoren. Maureen . . . . 

Day. Patrick W 

Day. Tammy 

Dean. Nancy 

Dearing, Wesley Allen . 



Clover, SC 

Eastford, CT 

- North Augusta, SC 

Clemson, SC 

Marietta, GA 

Roanoke, VA 



Debkowski, Kathy . 
Deermount, Cory C. . 
Defenbaugh, Mary 
Deignan, Karen Ann 

Dekle, Lehmon 

Delcharco, Michael . . 



Middletown, OH 

Basking Ridge, NJ 

Toccoa, GA 

. Pound Ridge, NY 

. Columbia, SC 

Ocala, FL 



Deller, Sandy 

Dellevigne, Laura A. 
Dellinger, Eydie Jae 
Deloach, Michael 

Demars, Kim 

" Demos, Deborah A. 



Satellite Beach, FL 

Flemington, NJ 

Lithonia, GA 

Varnville, SC 

Columbia, SC 

Charleston, SC 




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Dempsev. Wendy 


Greenville. SC 




Denaux. Darrell 


Meggett. SC 


Dennard. Brad 


Plantation, FL 


Dennis, Libbv 


Dahlonega, GA 


Dennis. Michael 


LeesviUe, SC 


Denny. Robert 


Westminster, SC 


Denton, Keith D. 


Inman, SC 


Derham. Dolores 


Columbia, SC 


Derick. Tommv 


Columbia, SC 


Derrick. Catherine E. 


St- Matthews, SC „ 


Derrick. -Joy 


Irmo. SC 




Derrick, Mark 


Potomac. MD 




Desdnctis, Victoria 


Stone Mountain. GA 


Deschamps, Stephen 


, BishopviUe, SC 


Devs, Margaret J. 


Annapolis. MD 


Dew, Tammy Lea 


Latta. SC 


Dewerth. Scot A 


Inman, SC 


Dewitt, David Brian 


Darlington, SC 


Diacumakos, Steven G. 


Baltimore, MD 


Diaz. John H 


Simpsonville, SC 


Dibble. Dianna 


Orangeburg, SC 


Dick, -Jennifer 


Columbia, SC 


Dickerson. Rhonda Kay 


Deerfield Beach, FL 


Dickson, David 


Chesterfield, SC 


Everyone who walks 


through the 


courtyard is fair game 


for a snow at- 


tack. 







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dickson 



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Dickson, Kelly Leigh 
Diemer, Karen Marie 
Dipple. Susan Lynn . 
Disbrow, Jennifer Lynn 

Dittner, Derek E 

Dixon. Stacy 



Dobson. Stephen 
Dodd. Julie 
Dodd, Maureen E. 
Dodds, Angela K. 
Dodge, Christopher Scott . 
Doering, Michael E 



Inman. SC 

Westport. CT 

. Milford, NJ 

Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Severna Park, MD 

Clemson, SC 



Camden, SC 

Bamberg, SC 

New Lexington, OH 

Chester, SC 

Menands, NY 

Peterson, NJ 



Dommel, Jill Lee 
Domurat, Kristine 
Donatelli, Dawn Loreen 
Doolittle, Elizabeth Paige 

Dority, Laura 

Doud, Shannon 



Lugoff. SC 

Atlanta, GA 

Miami, FL 

Pomaria, SC 

Clemson, SC 

Greenwood, SC 



Dowell. Brent A. 
Dowling, George IV 
Downs, Keith C. 
Drafts, Leisa Carol 
Drake, James Michael 
Drake, John Harris 



Drake. Thomas Kent 
Drake, Tonja Kristine . . . . 
Drawdy, Oswald Lightsey, 
Drew, Robert Hal 
Drew, Thomas M. 
Drezin, Lori M. 



Driver, Jacqueline Liesl 
Drolshagen, Rainer S. 
Drummond, William Brian 
Dryman, Virgil 
Duane, Diane F. 
Dubis, Jeff 



Wellford, SC 

Petersburg, NJ 

North Augusta, SC 

Lexington, SC 

. Simpsonville, SC 

Inman, SC 



Clemson, SC 

Altamont, NY 

Hampton. SC 

Mullins, SC 

Clemson, SC 

Gaithersburg, MD 



Lancaster, SC 
Anderson, SC 
Greenville, SC 
Clemson, SC 
RockviUe, MD 
Summerville, SC 



Dubose, Sally Columbia, SC 

Duckworth, Nancy Leeanne Decatur, GA 

Dufford, Nancy Cayce, SC 

Duffy, Don, Jr. Richmond, VA 

Duke, Anna F. Seneca, SC 

Dukes, Tina Camden, SC 

Dunagan, Cindi Columbia, SC 

Dunagin, Julie Cowpens, SC 

Duncan. Denise A Williamston, SC 

Duncan. Elliott W Greenville, SC 

Duncan, Melissa A Gaffney, SC 

Duncan, Rebecca Hanahan Hartsville, SC 

Dunlap, Randall Todd Greenville, SC 

Dunlap, Robin Mauldin, SC 

Dunton, Dean B Hartsville, SC 

Dupre, Shelley L Seaford, DE 

Durant, Lana L. Liberty, SC 

Durham, Slade Spartanburg, SC 







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Durnin, Denise Townville. SC 

Durrill, Steven Eladford. VA 

Dwane. James W. Somerville, NJ 

Dwane. Shannon Somerville. NJ 
Dyches, John A. Barnwell. SC 
Dye. Mark Irmo, SC 

Dve. Robert E., Jr Easley. SC 

Eaddy. Electa D Greenville, SC 

Earl, Regina C Alfred Station. NY 

Earley. David William Clemson, SC 

Earley. Mike Orangeburg. SC 

Easier. Danny Spartanburg, SC 

Easier. Jeffrey L. Spartanburg, SC 

Easterly, Tonya Pickens, SC 

Ebert, Scott R. Massillon, OH 

Economy. Andria Nicole Ormond Beach. FL 

Eddins. Stephen R Camden, SC 

Edgar, Shelia Seneca, SC 

Edge, Larry Walter Jr Pickens, SC 

Edmonds, Michael Penfield, NY 

Edwards, Richard R Inman, SC 

Edwards, Susan M , Gaffney, SC 

Edwards, Tameka Lavern McCormick. SC 

Edwards, Tommy Bennettsville, SC 

Edwards, Tracy M. Seneca, SC 

Egan, Thomas J Hagerstown, MD 

Einsmann. Matt Greer, SC 

Eisiminger, Anja Clemson, SC 

Elam, William H. Jr Pendleton. SC 

Elder. Erika Jan Summerville, SC 

Eldgridge. Julie Easley, SC 

Eleazer, Charles R Irmo, SC 

Eleazer, Hannah W Columbia, SC 

Elliott, Amy E. Shelby. NC 

Elliott, Wendy Janell Greenwood, SC 

Ellis, Angela Murrayville, GA 

Ellis, Anne M Hardeeville, SC 

Ellison, Amy Clemson, SC 

Ellison, Anita Kaye Williamston, SC 

Elmore, Edie Vero Beach, FL 

Elmore, Robert Woodruff. SC 

Elrod, Liirri Kay Piedmont, .SC 

Elwick, Joanne Clemson. SC 

Elwood, Lee Ann Cora Ft, Worth, TX 

Emanuel, Carol L Johnston. SC 

Emory. Beth Spartanburg. SC 

Emory. Chuck Greenville, SC 

Enger, Lisa Roswell. GA 

England, Allison West Union, SC 

Enos, Wihb Fairmont, WV 

Eppes, .lackie Clemson, SC 

Ergle, Chnsti Roanoke, VA 

Ertel, Tom Elkhart, IN 

Erwin. -lames .S. Ill Flatrock, NC 



UNDERCLASSMEN X. 433 



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Erwin, Samuei Latimer Myrtle Beach, SC 

Essaye, Mark A Willowdale, OntCanada 

Estes, Bradley T Greenville, SC 

Estes, Darin Poland Spring, ME 

Ethridge. Patrick M. Summerville, SC 

Eubanks, Mary L. Prosperity, SC 

Evans, Charlotte Chapin, SC 

Evans, Guy D Spartanburg, SC 

Evans, Kimberly North Augusta, SC 

Evans, Megan \Fishersville, VA 

Evans, Tim Piedmont, SC 

Evatt. Melanie Leigh Central, SC 

Evaul, Krisan M Nahant, MA 

Evers, Jennifer Aimee Ft. Washington, MD 

Ewing, -Jennifer A Newton, NJ 

Ewing, Pamela Snellville, GA 

Eyman, Angle Oak Ridge, TN 

Kacchino, Jarrod B. Charleston, SC 



Facelli, Cynthia Marie Rock Hill. SC 

Facelli, Stephanie L Rock Hill. SC 

Facusse. Enrique R Honduras 

Faig. Kenneth McAllister Pennington, NJ 

Fair, Laura Clemson. SC 

Faircloth, Leigh Laurens, SC 

Fallaw. Deana Charlotte. NC 

Fallin, Denise Marie Thomasville, GA 

Fandetti, Donald Columbia, MD 

Fantin, Andrea Michele Burke, VA 

Farmer. Terri Owings, MD 

Farmer. Christopher Shannon Charleston, SC 



The tremendous snowfall caused the 
university to cancel classes for a day 
and a half. 




Michael J. Morga 



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Farris, Thomas 


North Augusta, SC 


Farrisee, Scott R 


Frankfort, KY 


Fassett. Daniel Robert 


East Springfield, NY 


Faulkner, Melissa Marie , , . . 


Dahlonega, GA 


Faulkner, Theresa Clark ... 


Jonesboro, GA 


Fay, Mary Anne 


Spartanburg, SC 


Faza, Issam 


Anman, Jordan 


Feaster, Patricia Alyce 


. . . Lake Whales, FL 


Feelev, Cindv Marie 


r!.,.. Plantation, FL 


Feemster, Thomas W 


York. SC 


Feider, Adrienne 


Columbia. SC 


Felder, Amy Simmons 


. Summerton. SC 


Feider, Tammy 


.... St. Matthews, SC 


Felger, Jonathan E 


Charleston, SC 


Felkel, Chris 


Elloree, SC 


Fellers. Ty 


Prosperity, SC 


Fendley, Leigh 


Westminster, SC 


Fendley. Russell J 


Anderson, SC 


Fennington, Kevin S. , 


Anderson, SC 


Ferguson, J. Michael 


Gastonia. NC 


Ferguson, Sherri Lynn 


Greenwood, SC 


Ferguson, Samuel Tracy III 


York, SC 


Ferrara, Lisa 


Mt. Pleasant, SC 


Ferro, Karen 


Sumter, SC 


Feyl, Kenneth R. 


Old Greenwich. CT 


Fichter, Nicole 


Cheverlv. MD 


Fidler, Brenl 


Newton. NC 


Fields, John William 


Cordova, SC 


Fields, Marlene D 


Pelzer, SC 


Kielitz, F.llen E 


Wilmington. DE 


Fifer. Martha 


Winnsboro, SC 


Filardi, Paul J 


Sandy Hook. CT 


Finger. Denise M, 


Penn Yan, NY 








Atlanta, GA 


Fi|>p, Kathy 


Jacksonville, FL 


Fisher. Marjorie Deanne 


Anderson, SC 


Fills. Th<imas M.. Jr 


Gaston, SC 


Fleming. -lames H 


Asheville. NC 


Fleming, Joe Kenneth Jr. 


Alcolu, SC 


Fletcher, Rohin Suzanne 


Easlev, SC 


Flint, Michael C 


Sparta, NH 


Flowers, James 


Lancaster. SC 


Floyd, Nancv Ann 


Columbia. SC 


Fliivd, Pamela Renee 


Galivants Ferry. SC 


Flvnn, David S. 


Norwood. MA 


FIvnn, Jeanne Anne . . 


Florence, SC 


Flynn, Kitty 


. Mt. Pleasant, SC 


Flythe, John S 


Greenville, SC 


Fogle. Shannon 


Lexington. SC 


Foley, Sean 


Savannah. GA 


Folger, Tracy M. 


Randolph. NJ 


Ford. Theodore R. 


Lewisberry. PA 


Fore, Klizabeth 


Latta. SC 


UNDERCLASSMEN X. 435 



forgett 



^ 



Underclassmen 



^ 



Forgett, Valmore J. Ill 

Forrest, Susan 

Forshee, Christine A. 
Forshier, Christopher 

Fortner, Alan 

Foshee, J. Darryl 



Woodcliff Lal<e. NJ 

Columbia, SO 

Marietta, GA 

Burke, VA 

Clinton, NC 

Garden City, SC 



Foster, Allison . Greenville, SC 

Foster, Kerry Leigh , Port Deposit, MD 

Foster, Wendy Greer, SC 

Foulk, John Ashley Dallastown, PA 

Fountain, Patricia L Waynesboro, VA 

Fourspring, Kimberly Seneca, SC 

Fowler, David C Belton, SC 

Fowler, -lulie A Columbia, SC 

Fowler, Katherine Lynn Morristown, TN 

Fowler, Tony Rome, GA 

Fox, Anita Catherine Parlin, NJ 

Fox, Shelley Prosperity. SC 

Frady, John M Walhalla. SC 

Frady. William Howard Jr Walhalla, SC 

Francis, Katherine Jacksonville, FL 

Frank, William Edward Port St. Lucie, FL 

Franklin, Jeffrey Hunter Inman, SC 

Frasier, John Clemson, SC 

Frate, Christina G Whitesboro. NY 

Frazier. Michael T Landrum, SC 

Frecka, Jo Cincinnati, OH 

Freedman, Robert H Ormond Beach. FL 

Freeman, Kimberly P. , , Piedmont, SC 

Freeman, Lynn V. Greenville, SC 



Freeze. Teresa Carol Leesville, SC 

Freihofer, Robert A Cincinnati, OH 

Freshwater, Eric Columbia, SC 

Frey, Kristin Greenwood, SC 

Frezier, Dorisene Decatur, GA 

Friar, Tim Greenville. SC 

Frick. Jennifer Elaine Florence, SC 

Frick, Pam Chapin, SC 

Friedrich, Stephen C. Sparta. NJ 

Friend. Angela Marie Shelby. NC 

Friend, Caroline M Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Frino, John Bedminster, NJ 

Fuller, Bryan J Columbia, SC 

Fuller, Jennifer Roswell, GA 

Fuller, Jerrett Florence, SC 

Fuller, Willis III Charleston, SC 

Fulmer, Danny Pauline, SC 

Fulton, Deborah Lee Kingstree, SC 

Fuqua. Keisha . Aiken, SC 

Furbush, Pamela Jean Smyrna, DE 

Furman. Courtney Fair Play, SC 

Gaddis. Ettamarie Clemson, SC 

Gaddy, Meg Lake City, SC 

(iaela, Mark Lincroft, NJ 




436 



CLASSES 



Y 



Underclassmen 



7 



gilmer 




ism 



^a^ 




Gagnon, Karen J Charleston, WV 

Gailbreath, Steven C Lima, OH 

Gajewski, Jeff North Charleston, SC 

Galley, Laurin West Melbourne, FL 

Galloway. Amy Greenwood, SC 

Gamble. Gretchen Columbia, SC 

Gambrell. Robyn Belton, SC 

Gandy. Russell Columbia. SC 

Gant. Yolanda D Windsor, CT 

Garber, Rebecca L Union Bridge, MD 

Gardner. Gwendolyn L Rembert. SC 

Gardner, Laura Columbia, SC 

Garren. Helen M Greenwood. SC 

Garrett. Stanley Laurens, SC 

Garrett. Thomas A Union. SC 

Garris. Marshall David III Mt. Pleasant. SC 

Garrison, Dave Orangeburg, SC 

Garrison, Jason M Piedmont, SC 

Garvais, Susan Simpsonville, SC 

Garven. George W. Catawba, SC 

Garverick, Paul Fairfax. VA 

Garvin. Barbara Ann Jacksonville, FL 

Gaskins, Bennie J. Ill Camden. SC 

Gaskins, Victoria Charleston. SC 

Gasparini. Scott C Southbury, CT 

Gates, Madison Decatur, GA 

Gates, Robert Maurice Jr Springfield, VA 

Gatlin, Greta Buford, GA 

Gauthreaux, Renee M. Seneca, SC 

Gavurla. Raju Greer. SC 



Gedmintas. Audra A. Columbia. SC 

Gehl. Maria Teresa Miami. FL 

Geiger, Catherine Florence, SC 

Geiger, .lames R Fort Lauderdale, FL 

Gemza, Tammy L Mesa, AZ 

George, David Gaffney, SC 

George, John Pittman III Gaffney, SC 

George, John R. Prosperity, SC 

George, Melissa A Anderson, SC 

Gerber, Robert Scott Chapin, SC 

Gergquist, Heidi S Spartanburg, SC 

Gettys, Rob Easley, SC 

(ubbs, Rodney Pamplico. SC 

Gibson. Cameron W, Orange. VA 

Gibson. Carole Newberry. SC 

Gibson, Danita E Columbus. GA 

Gibson, John R Largo, FL 

Gignilliat, Leigh Columbia. SC 

Gilbert. Kim Michelle Westminster, SC 

Gilbert, Traci Klayne Conway, SC 

Gillian. James Garrett Columbia, SC 

Gilliard, Benny E. Jr Greenville, SC 

Gilliland, Marie Mauldin, SC 

Gilmer. Alan Anderson, SC 



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gilstrap 



^ 



Underclassmen 



:^ 



Gilstrap, Keith Griffin, GA 

Gimbe!, Jan Clemson, SC 

Ginn. Cynthia C Varnville, SC 

Giorgio, Laura Ann Ft. Myers, FL 

Gipson, Jennifer L Atlanta, GA 

Girardeau. David M Midlothian, VA 

Girvan, Debbie Leesville, SC 

Given, Matthew George Reston, VA 

Gladden, Julie ' . . Alexandria, VA 

Glanton, George Edgefield, SC 

Glaser, Ed Murray Hill, NJ 

Gleaton, Caroline Columbia, SC 

Glencer, Claudette N Canton, MI 

Glenn, Ronald E Clover, SC 

Glenn, Thebither East Bend, NC 

Glover, Tim Johnston, SC 

Gnann. Walt Beaufort, SC 

Goad, Sarah North Agusta, SC 

Godbee, Erica Anne Moncks Corner, SC 

Godfrey. Amber L Columbia, SC 

Godor, Steven Patrick Spartanburg, SC 

Godwin, Page G Lake City, SC 

Goff, Gregory Greenwood, SC 

Goist, Kristine K. Strongsville, OH 

Goldman, Blake Manning Greenville, SC 

Gonzalez, Ralph Knoxville, TN 

Gooding, Mary Burriss Greenwood, SC 

Goodman, Antwinetter L Florence. SC 

Goodman, Lisa Y. Denmark, SC 

Goodnough, Tony Greenville, SC 

Goodson, Jane Sylva, NC 

Goodson, William Gerald Rock Hill, SC 

Goodwin, Amanda Cheraw, SC 

Goodwin, Jennifer Sumter, SC 

Goodwin, Kara Charleston, SC 

Goodwin, Patrick J Simpsonville, SC 

Goodyear, Jon P. Bethesda, MD 

Gordon, Michele Knoxville, TN 

Gordon, Todd B Camden, NY 

Gordy, Kathy Dallas, TX 

Gossett, Tina Clemson, SC 

Gower, Robin Roswell, GA 

Grabill, Carole Mishawaka, IN 

Grady, Mary E Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Grafton, James C Midlothian, VA 

Graham, Cindy Rockville, MD 

Graham, Susan Elizabeth Bethune, SC 

Grambrell, John Pendleton, SC 

Grant, Brian Charleston, SC 

Grant, Cedric W Charleston, SC 

Grant, Donna J Walhalla, SC 

Grant, Tracey D Royston, GA 

Grattan, Gil Williamsburg, VA 

Graves, David Weston, CT 




438' 



CLASSES 



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Underclassmen 



y- 



gregory 




Graves, Martv 


Lancaster, SC 


Graves. Sandra A 


Lancaster, SC 


Graves. Scott E 


Raleigh, NC 


Graviss, Jeannette 


St. Louis, MO 


Gray, Margaret 


Columbia, SC 


Green, Andrew Michael 


Greer, SC 



Green. Mark Oliver Clinton, SC 

Green. Riinnie Edward Greer, SC 

Green. Russell Fairfax Station, VA 

Green, Sondra L Sumter, SC 

Green, Stephanie C Columbia, SC 

Greene, -Jennifer Union, SC 



Greene, ,Iody Marion, NC 

Greene, Kelly N. Clemson, SC 

Greene. Kristen L. Wilmington. DE 

Greene. Marty York, SC 

Greene. Alfred Clinton III Richmond, VA 

GreenhiU, Terri Lexington, SC 

Greer, Ben S Belton, SC 

Greer, Edward T Greenville, SC 

Greer, Kyle S Greer, SC 

Greer, Susan Anita Walhalla, SC 

Gregg. Seth Essex Fells, NJ 

Gregory, Stacie Chesnee, SC 



Bikes provide one of the most effi- 
cient means of getting around cam- 
pus except when they are snow- 
bound. 



Michael J. Morga 



UNDERCLASSMEN N. 439 



gregory 



^ 



Underclassmen 



^ 



Gregory, Wallace D. Jr Inman. SC 

Gressette, David Simpsonville. SC 

Gressette, Ila L Florence, SC 

Grice, C. Rebecca Allendale, SC 

Griffin, Elizabeth Lanier Charleston. SC 

Griffin, Jonathan Dean Gray Court, SC 

Griffin, Thomas M. IV Matthews, NC 

Griffith, Janice D Neeses, SC 

Griggs, Susan Rock Hill, SC 

Griswold, Catherine E Fort Mill, SC 

Grogan, Stephanie Clemson, SC 

Groomes, Kelly Orangeburg, SC 



Grooms, Stacey L Anderson, SC 

Grooms, Wade St. Stephen, SC 

Grosjean, Robyn L Lexington, SC 

Gross, Joanne Morris Plains, NJ 

Gross, Matthew F Perryville, MD 

Grossman. Jon Sylvania. OH 

Grumbos, James Greenville. SC 

Grunder. Richard James Bellbrook. OH 

Gue, Mary Gressette Orangeburg. SC 

Guerard. Edward Percy Isle Of Palms. SC 

Guerry, Anna Summerville. SC 

Guffey, Rachel Denise Greenville, SC 

Guge, Don Bryson City, NC 

Gulick, Christy Hilton Head, SC 

Gulledge, Allison Sumter, SC 

Gunter, David Lexington, SC 

Gunter, Derrick K Fountain Inn, SC 

Guy, Brian L Blackstock, SC 

Gwaltney. John Allan Jr Wall. NJ 

Haag. David Boca Raton. FL 

Haas. Elizabeth Spartanburg, SC 

Hacker, Monica Jeanne Wyncote, PA 

Hafner, Jack Brooks II Townville, SC 

Hagenlocher, Shelley R Columbia, SC 

Hagins, Sara Ann Camden, SC 

Hagler, Edie K Spartanburg. SC 

Hahn. Laura Charleston, SC 

Haire. Weldon Vanzell Winnsboro. SC 

Hairfield. Susan Martinsville. VA 

Hale. Katherine Kingsport, TN 

Hale, Marcella Alice Charleston, SC 

Haley, Teresa Stockbridge, GA 

Hall, Angel M Greenville, SC 

Hall, David J ; . . . . SparUnburg, SC 

Hall, Douglas Edward Rock Hill. SC 

Hall. Jeffrey Scot Batesburg, SC 

Hall, Mary West Columbia, SC 

Hall, Melinda J Anderson, SC 

Hall, Robert L. Jr Luxembourg 

Hall, Shannon E Martsville, SC 

Hallatt, William B Lewiston, NY 

Hamann. Lara Greenville, SC 




440 X. CLASSES 



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Hamby. Paul VV. Lexington. SC 

Hamei. Laii'ra Greer. SC 

Hamilton, Christopher F. Lorton. VA 

Hamilton. Denise Brevard, NC 

Hamilton. Felicia Angela Seneca. SC 

Hamilton. Lisa D Walhalla, SC 

Hamilton. Victoria Waccabuc, NY 

Hammett. Deana Inman. SC 

Hammett, Tim Chesnee. SC 

Hammond. Kelly Ann Gaffney. SC 

Hamrick. R.E Chester, SC 

Hanahan. Jane Seneca, SC 

Hancock, Larry G. Clemson. SC 

Handles. Tina Summerville. SC 

Hane. Michael T. Mt. Pleasant. SC 

Hanes. Mark Wilkesboro. NC 

Hanks. Lisa k. Simpsonville. SC 

Hanley. Anthony M. Rock Hill, SC 

Hanna, John Linwood Johnsonville, SC 

Hanson, Paul Seneca. SC 

Hanvey. Julie Clinton, SC 

Harbison, Katharine Spartanburg, SC 

Harbison, Robin Spartanburg, SC 

Harbuck. Fiobert W '. Jr Belvedere, SC 



Harden, Karl Charleston, SC 

Harden. Richard Columbia, SC 

Hardin, Garrett Richmond, VA 

Hardin, John Wessley Lexington, SC 

Hardin. Kelli M Anderson, SC 

Hardwick, Eric A. Aiken, SC 

Hardy, Dale A Granville, OH 

Hargett. Stephen Todd Aiken, SC 

Hargis, Charles L., Jr. Hixson, TN 

Hargreaves, Sarah E Lexington, SC 

Hargrove, Larry Charles Charleston, SC 

Harman, Al Gilbert, SC 

Harman, Dean Midland, MI 

Harmon, Laura Jacksonville. FL 

Harmon, Micheie Lexington, SC 

Harmon, Rhonda Larae Simpsonville, SC 

Harmon, William R. Jr Northville, MI 

Harper, Carl Mikell Beaufort, SC 

Harper. Wendy Gaithersburg. MD 

Harrell. B, Aubrey Macon, GA 

Harrelson. Kelly E Tarboro, NC 

Harrington. Sam Bill Columbia, SC 

Harris, April Elizabeth Victoria, TX 

Harris, Douglas C Greenville, SC 

Harris, Jodi Clemson, SC 

Harris. Lisa Roebuck, SC 

Harrison, Ben C. Jr Roebuck, SC 

Harris(m, Cathy York, SC 

Harrison, Jon Delta, PA 

Harrison, Lori Williamston, SC 



^ 



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441 



harrison 



^ 



Underclassmen 



^ 



Harrison. Robert Keith . . - 
Harshbarger. Nancy Lynn 
Har!. Christopher K. 
Hartle. David F 
Hartle, Scott 
Hartley, Pamela A, 



Hartman, David S. 
Hartness. Missy - . 
Hartsell, Cecilia M. 
Hartsoe, James D. 
Hartzog, Arthur. 
Harvey, Lisbeth 



Harwood. .Julie Elizabeth 
Hassell, Stephanie L. 
Hastings, -lackie R. 
Hastings, Todd 
Hatchell, Beverly C. 
Hathcock, Marita D. 



Greer, SC 

. Lexington, SC 

Newton, MA 

Spartanburg, SC 

Spartanburg, SC 

Greer. SC 



Charleston, SC 

Highland, MD 

Clemson, SC 

Spartanburg, SC 

Hartsville, SC 

Union, SC 



.Albemarle. NC 

Chester. VA 

Camden. SC 

Greer, SC 

Dillon. SC 

Florence, SC 



Hausmann, Peter C. Cary. NC 

Hawfield, Lee Bethesda, MD 

Hawkins, Daniel R Westfield, NJ 

Hawkins, Gary L. Newberry, SC 

Hawkins, Steve Prosperity, SC 

Haydcn, Donald W., .Jr Columbia, SC 



Hayes, Jeff Florence, SC 

Hayne, William J. Summerville, SC 

Haynes, Sandra L West Columbia. SC 

Hays. Amanda Hope Spartanburg. SC 

Hazel. Alison Brunson. SC 

Hazelwood. DeeDee Columbia, SC 



The microcomputer labs are con- 
stantly used by students for many 
reasons, both school-related and 
personal. 




Bruce Jordan 



442 



CLASSES 



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Underclassmen 



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m^ 



Head, Jeffrey 

Head. Samuel R. 

Heatherly, Robin M. . , 
Hechenbleikner. Walter 
Heckert, Jayne. 
Heckman, Christine 



Heffington. Mistv 
Heflin, Mark \\ 
Heide, Sandra J. 
Heil. Bobby 
Heinlein, Renee 
Heintz. Jeffrey Scott 



. Fairfax. VA 

VValhalla, SC 

. . - - Spartanburg. SC 

Stone Mountain. GA 

Homestead, FL 

.\ndover, NJ 



Loris, SC 

Columbia, SC 

Long Branch. NJ 

Simpsonville. SC 

Chester, SC 

Anderson, SC 



Heller, Philip J. Greenville, TN 

Heller, Robert GambiU Sumter. SC 

Hembree, Lee Gastonia, NC 

Henderson, Thomas N. Moncks Corner, SC 

Henderson, Timothy R. Moncks Corner, SC 

Hendrix, Frances Blair. SC 

Henrie. Jeff Marion. NY 

Henry. Shanna Midland. GA 

Herbert, Melissa Sumter. SC 

Herbig. Jeffrey T Summerville, SC 

Herko. Joanne Boca Raton. FL 

Herlihy. Barbara J Seaford. DE 

Hermann, David E. Malvern, PA 

Hermiston, Nanci Westwood, MA 

Herndcm. Marie Easley, SC 

Herring, .April k Swansea, SC 

Herring, Clinton A Weyers Cave, VA 

Herring, Monica Jane Little .Silver, NJ 

Herring, Richard Basking Ridge, NJ 

Herrington, Chuck Hartsville, SC 

Hester, Benjamin A, Jr Greenville, .SC 

Heuay, Clifton R., Jr New Orleans, LA 

Heyer, Mary Norcross, GA 

Heyward, Jamelle Charleston, SC 

Hickey, Chris Laurel. Ml) 

Hicks.' David Rock Hill, SC 

Hicks. John P Rock Hill, SC 

Hicks, Kimberly Shawn Olanta, SC 

Hicks, Laurel Anne St. Petersburg, FL 
Hicks, Missie Fernandina, FL 

Hildreth, Kathryn Fairfax, VA 

Hill, Charles E Abbeville, SC 

Hill. Danita Piedmont, SC 

Hill, Deborah C Ridgeville, SC 

Hill, Laura H Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Hill, Michael Louis , Spartanburg. SC 

Hill, Mike Gastonia, NC 

Hilliday, Gregory (; Easley, SC 

Hinderliter, Matthew Glenn Chatham Twp., NJ 

Hines, Dennis Adrian Clemson, SC 

Hines, Joseph Wylie Union, S(' 

Hines, Laura S. Clemson, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN X 443 



hinrichs 



^ 



Underclassmen 



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Hinrichs. Kristin Largo, FL 

Hinson, Blair Central, SC 

Hinson, Brian Keith Spartanburg, SC 

Hinson, Celia Ann Bennettsville, SC 

Hinson, Scott Catawba, SC 

Hinton, Dena Lynne Easley, SC 



Hinton, Dyna Rae Easley, SC 

Hinze, Candice D Spartanburg, SC 

Hippler, Lewis K Eustis, FL 

Hipskind, Timothy S Charlottesville, VA 

Hoard, Ruth Ann Kingsport, TN 

Hockman, Lori Atlanta, GA 



Hodges, Joseph L., Jr Chapin, SC 

Hoffmann. Linda J. Wayne, N.J 

Hogg. Cynthia L Raleigh, NC 

Hohlowski, Sean Port Jefferson, NY 

Hoke, Jane E Quinby, SC 

Holaday, Elizabeth L Clemson, SC 



Holcomb, James Bron Clarkesville, GA 

Holcombe, Ariane Greenville, SC 

Holcombe, Byron Scott Greenville, SC 

Holcombe, Diane A. Williamston, SC 

Holcombe, Edward Lamar Greenville, SC 

Holcombe, Susan Copeland Pendleton, SC 



Holcombe, Teresa Gaffney, SC 

Holder, David Christopher Easley, SC 

Holder, Jay Alan Kentwood, Ml 

Holder, Tracy Piedmont, SC 

Holladay, Melissa Charleston, SC 

Holland, Angela Seneca, SC 



Holland, Angela Diane Travelers Rest, SC 

Holland, Beth Athens, GA 

Holland, Dano Camden, SC 

Holland, Darrell Manns Choice, PA 

Holland, Lori D Fort Lauderdale, FL 

Holland, Rebecca Norwood Atlanta, GA 



Holley, Elizabeth Anne Greenville, SC 

Holliday, Carol Anne Rock Hill, SC 

Holling, Robert H., Jr Charleston, SC 

Hollingsworth, Diomed Greenwood, SC 

Hollingsworth, John Greenwood, SC 

Holman, Holly E North Augusta, SC 



Holman, Kim Cordova, SC 

Holmbeck, Skelly A West Chester, PA 

Holsonback, Lori Chester, SC 

Holstein, James E Orangeburg, SC 

Holt, Ashley Paige Liberty, SC 

Holt, Jeffrey J Greer, SC 



Holt, Tamara Lynn Moore, SC 

Holtzclaw, Lynn Chadds Ford, PA 

Holtzendorff, Anica L Easley, SC 

Holuh, David M Aberdeen, MD 

Holub, Richard Aberdeen, MD 

. Honeycutt, Matt Statesville, NC 




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CLASSES 



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Hood, Tommy Lexington, SC 

Hoogland. Richard W Chatham. NJ 

Hook. Jim Madison. N J 

Hooker. Mark Greenville. SC 

Hooks. Mark P Cayce. SC 

Hooper, Chris .\udrey Spartanburg. SC 

Hooper. Marcie Lynn Piedmont. SC 

Hope. Charles R. Spartanburg. SC 

Hopf. Dennis E, Stone Mountain. GA 

Hopkins. David Edward Convent Station. NJ 

Hopkins. Keith L. Columbia, SC 

Hopkins, Matt Sumter, SC 

Hopp. Jason Michael : Matthews. NC 

Hopper. Elliott Mt. Pleasant. SC 

Horlon. Chel R Kershaw. SC 

Horlon. Frank Greenville. SC 

Horton. William L.B. Jr. Charleston, SC 

Hoshall, Elizabeth Seneca, SC 

Hostert, Wendy A. Lansdale. PA 

Houang. Regan W. Wilmington, DE 

Houck. Scott A McDonald, OH 

Hough, David High Point, NC 

Houser, Angela L. , Orangeburg, SC 

Houser, S(iuxie Aiken, SC 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



445 



houston 



^ 



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^ 



Houston, Dawn 


Salem, SC 


Howard. James P 


Clemson. SC 


Howard, Jennifer 


New Zion, SC 


Howard. Katrea 


North Augusta, SC 


Howard, Laura Ann 


Franklin, NC 


Howard, Patrick B. 


, , Cross, SC 


Howe. Wende 


Rock Hill, SC 


Howell. Angela M. . 


Greer, SC 


Howell. Lee 


Beaufort, SC 


Howell, Vicki B 


.Seneca, SC 


Howland, Paul 


Seneca, SC 


Howland. Tres P. 


Fayetteville, NC 


Howie. James H 


Orlando, KL 


Hovbach. Lisa 


Summerville, SC 


Hoyle. .Angle 


Lexington. SC 


Hubbard. Clifford 


Norfolk. VA 


Huber. Susan 


Raleigh. NC 


Huber, Tanja 


Coral Springs. FL 



Hucks. Marv L. 


Aynor. .SC 


Hucks, Paige 


Spartanburg. SC 


Hucks, Stewart 


Florence. SC 


Hudson, Marv Catherine 


Greenville. SC 


Hudson. Mark J. 


Franklin, TN 


Hudson. S. Paige 


Central. SC 


Hudson, Scott 


Greenville. SC 


Huebel. Robert 


Annandale. VA 


Huebel. Timothy Logan 


Annandale. VA 


Huf. Julie Lvnne 


Bluffton, SC 


Hufl. Kim Crystal 


Liberty, SC 


Hufl. Timothy R. 


Liberty, SC 


Huffman. Chris 


Orangeburg, SC 


Huffman. Harold L.. Jr. 


Greenville. SC 


Huffman, Tim 


Blacksburg. SC 


Hughes, Artie B. 


Greenwood. SC 


Hughes, Brenda 


Six Mile. SC 


Hughes, Cheryl 


Thomasville, NC 


i 

Hughes, Kitty Elaine 


Greenwood, SC 


Hughes, Laura 


Arnold, MD 


Hughes, Leigh Anna 


Piedmont, SC 


Hughes, I^ori J. 


Westminster, SC 


Hughes, Meg 


Newberry, SC 


Hulett, Shawn Patrick 


Spartanburg, SC 


Hulick, Wendy 


Kennett Square, PA 


I Hull. Cheryl 


Brandon. FL 


Hull. Pam 


Greenwood, SC 


Hultquist, Lea 


West Chester, OH 


Humphrey, Elizabeth 


Sarasota, FL 


Humphrey. Jill 


Atlanta, GA 


Humphreys. Lori Lee 


Greenville, SC 


Hunnicutt, Cole L III 


Taylors, SC 


Hunsucker, Derek 


Clemson, SC 


Hunt. Cindy 


Johns Island, SC 


Hunt, Pamela 


Greenville, SC 


Hunt, Sandra Kay 


Charleston, SC 







446' 



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Underclassmen 



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jaskwhich 




Hum. Timothv E. . , 


Greenville, SC 


Hunter. Charles \V. 


Rock Hill, SC 


Hunler. Jerrv 


Clemson, SC 


Hunter, Patti Rene 


Pickens, SC 


Hunter. Rita 


Greenville, SC 


Huntley. Melissa 


Fort Mill, SC 


Humlev. Wilson 


Darlington, SC 


Hurlev. Keplar 


Lancaster, SC 


Hursev. Grant M 


Greenville, SC 


Hurst, Lane 


Wadsworth, OH 


Hurt. Thomas Richard Jr. . - 


Clemson, SC 


Hutcheson. Tracy F 


Virginia Beach. VA 


Hutchings. Kathervn Leane 


Barnwell. SC 


Hutchins. Carla Sue 


Gastonia. NC 


Hutchinst)n. Tonv 


Anderson, SC 


Hutson. Harrv .^ 


Summerville. SC 


Hutto. Angela D. 


Seneca. SC 


Hutlo. Kelly 


Hampton. SC 


Hvatt. Alan K 


Columbia. SC 


Hvatt, Ronald L.. Jr 


Taylors, SC 


Hvnian, Travis L, 


Pamplico. SC 


Inabinet, Chris fi. 


Cheraw. SC 


Inahinet, Robert C 


Camdens, SC 


Inabinette. Tony 


Gaffney. SC 


Inabnit, Marv 


Jacksonville, FL 


Ingram. Brad .A 


Brentwood, TN 


Ingram. Thomas 


Aiken, SC 


Inman. Laura Beth 


Gaffney, SC 


Intille. Robert 


Satellite Beach, FL 


Irving. Lee ... 


Hockessin. DE 


Isgett. William Dukes 


. . St. Matthews, SC 


•lackson. Chris 


Oakton. VA 


•Jackson. Chris 


Davt(ma Beach. FL 


Jackson. Jerome 


Gray Court. SC 


Jackson. Lisa 


Clemson, SC 


Jackson. Monte K. 


Gaffney, SC 


-lackson. Wendv 


Columbia. SC 


-lacobs. .Mlene M 


.. Murrells Inlet. .SC 


-lacobs. .John 


Clemson. SC 


.lacol>s. Sonja 


Anderson. .SC 


lagers. Penny 


Boca Rat(m, FL 


•lahn. Robert 


Niceville. FL 


Jakelis. Jill E 


Coltsneck. N.I 


James. Adriane 


Hemingway. SC 


James. Alex 


Long Creek. SC 


James. Angela Dawn 


.... Waynesville, NC 


James. Darren 


Newtown. CT 


James. Robert 


Clemson, SC 


Jamieson, Julia 


Macon, GA 


Jamison. John 


Macon, GA 


Jarck. Christine 


Marietta, GA 


Jarrell. Tammv M. 


Branson, SC 


-larvis. Ann Duncan 


Maryville. TN 


•laskwhich. Leanne Marie. . . . 


Greenville, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN X. 447 



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Jaworski, Stephen Jr. 


Plant City, FL 




Javnes. Richard P. 


Westminster, SO 




Jeanes, Jennifer Nel 


Easley, SC 




Jeffeaux, Larrv Srott 


Greenville, SC 




Jefferson. Douglas 


Simpsonville, SC 




Jendraszelt. James A. 


Myrtle Beach, SC 




Jenkins. Kent D. 


Charlotte, NC 




Jenkins. Kevin 


Charlotte, NC 




Jenkins. Missv 


Barnwell, SC 




Jennings. David 


Easlev, SC 




Jennings. Joanne L. 


Summerville, SC 




Jeremiah. William 


Westfield, NJ 




JiUson, David 


Dale City, VA 




Johanek, Susan 


Goose Creek. SC 




John. Robert Jahn II 


Niceville, FL 




Johnson. Amanda 


Mt. Pleasant, SC 




Johns(jn. Amv L 


Roswell, GA 




Johnson. Ashley 


Shalimar, FL 




Johnson. Claudia Maria 


Switzerland 




Johns(m. Daon McLarin 


Glen Burnie, MD 




Johnson, Erica 


Aiken. SC 




Johnson, James 


Columbia, SC 




Johnson, James K 


Startex, SC 




Johnson. Jamie Shane 


Johnsonville, SC 




Johnson. Jeff 


Springfield, MA 




Johnson, Jeff 


Spartanburg, SC 





Johnson. 


Joan Emily 


Jacksonboro, 


SC 


Johnson. 


Kelly Lynn 


Mauldin, 


SC 


Johnson, 


Leanne 


Conway, 


SC 


Johnson 


Margaret Eden 


Spartanburg, 


SC 



Angela McMillan, Lynette Aber- 
crombie, Ronda Tuck, Freddie Lash- 
ley, and Karen Cohen dissect a fish in 
Ichthyology lab. 




Debbie Myers 



448 >w CLASSES 



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Johnson, Melissa Lake View, SC 

Johnson, Michael John Painted Post, NY 

Johnson, Michael W Newtown, CT 

Johnson, Michelle Spartanburg, SC 

Johnson, Parry Sparta, NJ 

Johnson, Paula M Shalimar, FL 

Johnson, R. Scott Florence, KY 

Johnson, Sandy Bowie. MD 

Johnson, Steven W Jonesville, VA 

Johnson. William H Pt Pleasant Beach, NJ 

Johnston, Julie L Dayton, OH 

Joiner, Kellie Snellville, GA 

JoUey, Lisa St. Matthews. SC 

Jolly, David Spartanburg, SC 

Jones. Adrienne Meshelle Florence. SC 

Jones, Blaire P. . Jacksonville. FL 

Jones, Brad Columbia. SC 

Jones, Carolyn M Eatontown, NJ 

Jones, Christopher T. Easley, SC 

Jones. Darlene Anderson, SC 

Jones. Holly Brevard. NC 

Jones. James Michael Abbeville. SC 

Jones, .lohn Everette Sanford, NC 

Jones. Mark A Taylors, SC 

Jones. Mary Helen Duluth, GA 

Jones. Russell H Mooresville. NC 

Jones, Sharon Lyn Anderson, SC 

Jones, Sonya Batesburg, SC 

•lones. Tony Woodbridge. VA 

Jones. Wanda Batesburg, ,SC 

Jones, William Anthony Liberty, SC 

Jordan. Bruce Allan Charlotte, NC 

Jordan. Cindy Mechelle Darlington, SC 

-lordan, -Jennifer H Clemsitn, SC 

Jove. Anne-Marie Greenville. SC 

•Julian. Danny Earl Greenville, SC 

Jullion, Kevin S. Freeporl GB, Bahamas 

Junkin, Julie Rene Easley. SC 

Kaercher, Kimberly Ann Miami. FL 

Kaeser. Michael Hilton Head. SC 

Kalons. Lesly Wilmington, DE 

Kanas. Jennifer Stacey Ronkonkoma, NY 

Karmilovich, Susie Pittsburgh. PA 

Kasch. Kevin W Spartanburg, SC 

Kasir, David Greenville, .SC 

Kasir. Zena L. Greenville. SC 

Kastory. Kirsten Eatonton. GA 

Kaufman. Tammie J. Birmingham, AL 

Kay. Karen Belton. .SC 

Kazmierczak, Alex H Potomac. MO 

Kearse, .Susan Minette St. George. SC 

Kep, Andrew Mark Virginia Beach, VA 
Keel. Bruce Hammond Barnwell. SC 

Keith, Kelly Susan Newark, DE 



UNDERCLASSMEN \ 449 



kekas 



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Kekas. Dennis J Spartanburg. SC 

Keller. Natalie C Seneca, SC 

Kelley, Alfred Hoyt, Jr Summerton, SC 

Kelley, Kim Lake City, SC 

Kelley. Christopher Brandt Seneca, SC 

Kelly, Beth A Spartanburg, SC 

Kelly, Mack D Liberty, .SC 

Kelly. Sara L Burke, VA 

Kembel. Ryan Garner Greenville. SC 

Kemmerer. Kelley Boca Raton. FL 

Kender. Julie A Clarksville, TN 

Kendrick. Tim Westminster, SC 

Kenely, Terri Lashawn Sumter, SC 

Kerekanich, Peter Michael Columbia, SC 

Kern, R. Scott Greensboro, NC 

Kerns, Laura Elizabeth Alexandria, VA 

Kerr. Kara L Aliquippa. PA 

Kersh. Elizabeth R Fairfax, VA 

Kerwin, Michael Florence, SC 

Keryan, Amy Hermitage, PA 

Kevin, Glenn Cross Anchor, SC 

Key, Karen Frances Greenville, SC 

Khan, Shahina P Clemson, SC 

Kieran, Amy Susan South Burlington, VT 

Kilbv, Darlene N Signal Mtn. TN 

Kilev, Brian Brookfield Ctr., CT 

Kilgo, Almeta Charlotte. NC 

Kilgore. Susan L Greenwood. SC 

KiUen. Scott D. Charleston. SC 

Killiri. Anthony Ralph Jr. Summerville. SC 

Kim, Mi Kyong Florence. SC 

Kimbrell. Michael Mt. Pleasant. SC 

Kimbrough. Tracy Donette Burlington, NC 

Kimpson, Marc Aaron Columbia, SC 

Kindelan, Cristina Naples, FL 

Kindelberger, Kelly Chattanooga. TN 

King. Anna R Marietta. GA 

King. Karen M Summerville. SC 

King. Laney Spartanburg. SC 

King. Robert Wilson Roanoke, VA 

Kinkley, Gwynne Cape Elizabeth, ME 
Kinloch, Julie Lynn Laurel, MD 

Kirby, Kristin Gainesville, GA 

Kirby. Kurt Dudley Timmonsville, SC 

Kirby. Patti A Honea Path. SC 

Kirby, Rhonda R Lake City, SC 

Kirby. Thomas A Columbia. SC 

Kirchner. Alicia Wyckoff. NJ 

Kirkland. Dawn Ellen Atlanta. GA 

Kirkland. Michele L Batesburg. SC 

Kirkley. Allison Hendersonville. NC 

Kirsch. Skip Simpsonville. SC 

Kish. Pamela C. Ormond Beach, FL 

Kissam, Alyce Lee Clemson, SC 



450' 



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Underclassmen 



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Kissam, Michael Thomas 


Avon, CT 


Kistler. Mark , 


Charlotte, NC 


Kistner. David J. 


Largo, FL 


Kizer, Elizabeth , 


St. George, SC 


Kizer, James Madison 


Fayetteville, NC 


Kizer. Marianne 


Isle Of Palms, SC 


Klein, Karen 


Mt Pleasant. SC 


Klein. Laura J 


Hatfield. PA 


Kleinfelter. Kathrvn J. 


KnoxviUe, TN 


Kleinpeter, Shawn 


Chadds Ford, PA 


Klett. -James 


Stuart, FL 


Klremer. .lenniler K 


RockviUe, MD 


Klutlz. Heather Dean . 


. . Atlanta, GA 


Knabenhans, Erik G. 


Spartanburg, SC 


Knecht, Amy Carol 


Columbia, SC 


Knight. Kellv A. 


, Seneca, SC 


Knobelach. -John Fulton 


Orangeburg, SC 


Knoblauch. Patricia L. 


Naples, FL 


Knouff. James 


Coral Springs, FL 


Knowles. Mary Ruth 
Knox. VV. ("ampbell 


Irmo, SC 


Elgin, IL 


Koch. Peri l.eitjh 


Cincinnati, OH 


Koch. Robert Allan 


Ofallon, IL 


Koerselman. Darla 


Goose Creek, SC 


Koger. Kathleen 


Charleston, SC 


Koon. Susan 


Chapin, SC 


Kopelousos. Georgia 


. Green Cove Springs. FL 


Korn. Julie M 


. . . . Stone Mountain. GA 




. . . . Whitehouse Sta., NJ 




Largo. FL 


Kressuerer, Dana 


Clemson. SC 


Krohn. Phillip 


Clemson, .SC 


Kropp. Elizabeth L. 


Lake St. Louis. MO 


Kucer. Jennifer 


Staunton. VA 


Kuj^ler. Katherine Ann 


Columbia. SC 


Kuncv, Chrissv 


Charleston, SC 


Kunkel. Matthew W. 


E. Syracuse, NY 


Kusmik. David 


Morristown. TN 


Kutch. Teri 


Leesburg. FL 


Kululas. Billy 


Hartwell. GA 


Lackey. Timothy P. 


Jackson, SC 


Laguitan, Marlene 


.lacksonville, FL 


Laiewski. Alicia J. 


Greer, SC 


Lake. Richard 


Orangeburg, SC 


Lamar. Ernest M. 


Meggett. -SC 


Lamb. Heather T, 


Charlotte, NC 


Lamberson. Mike 


Kaslev. .SC 


Lambert. Constance N. 


Jamestown. SC 


Lambert. Daniel C. 


Mechanicsburg. PA 


Lambert. Diana .S. 


Greenville. ,SC 


Lamberth. Larry Lee 


Warner Robins, GA 


Lambour. Richard L. 


,Summervi!le. SC 


Lambour. Robin Elaine 


,Summerville, SC 


Lamm. Melody Jean 


Greenville. SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Lancaster, Kelley Lynn 


Pauline. SC 




Lancaster, Terry E. 


Chattanooga, TN 




Land, Lori 


. . Seneca, SC 




Landers, Justin L. 


.Jacksonville, FL 




Landon, Ronald E. . 


Columbia, SC 




Lane, Kenny 


Columbia, SC 




Lang, Chris 


. . . Middletown, NJ 




Lang, Elizabeth J 


Greenville, SC 




Langley, Laura N 


orth Myrtle Beach, SC 




Langston, M. Gunter II , . . 


, , Timmonsville, SC 




Langston, Melissa Sherylne 


West Union, SC 




Lansing, IVIichelle E 


Point Pleasant, NJ 




Lanter, Loren 


Swannanoa, NC 




Larson, Amanda 


, Columbia, SC 




Laterza, Toni 


Indiana, PA 




Latimer, Stuart B. Jr. 


Taylors, SC 




Latimer, William 


Fairfax, VA 




Laucka, Renee 


Fernandia Beach, FL 




Law, Warren R 


Burke, VA 




Laws, Theresa 


Greenville, SC 




Lawson, .Scott 


Union, SC 




Lavmon. Julia Dawn 


Richmond, VA 




Lavton, Kerry H. 


Enoree, SC 




League, Jay 


Columbia, SC 




Leahv, Shannon M 


Greensboro, NC 




Leaphart, Andy 


LeesviUe, SC 




Leaphart, Dana P. 


Apex, NC 




Leaphart, Donna M. 


Lexington, SC 




Leaphart, Jenni 


Prosperity, SC 




Learnard, Kristin N 


Salem, SC 






Rockford, IL 




Lebbv. Kimberlv Dionne 


Columbia, SC 




Lebrun. Blal<e 


Chesnee, SC 




Lecrov. Stephanie Rave , - , 


Belton, SC 










Ledford, Dawn Michelle . . . 


Decatur, GA 




Ledford, Kimberlv Layne 


Greer, SC 




Lee, Dale 


Cheraw, SC 




Lee, Duke 


Westminster, SC 




Lee, Kevin 


Westminster, SC 




Lee, Kevin Wade 


North Charleston, SC 




Lee, Lisa A 


Columbia, SC 




Lee, Mary M 


Salem, SC 




Lee, Melanie Paige 


Westminster, SC 




Lee, Melissa D. 


Sumter, SC 




Lee, Russell M. 


Sumter, SC 




Lee, Tricia 


Sumter, SC 




Legrand, Constance 


Worthington, OH 




Legrand, Melissa 8. 


Worthington, OH 




Lehrer, -Joel F. 


Cranburv, NJ 




Leib, Kellv 


York, PA 




Leichliter. Scott Braden 


West Chester, PA 




Leitch, Cathy 


Morristown, NJ 




Leitner, Kara Lynn 


Hamburg, NJ 










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CLASSES 



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Underclassmen 



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Leland, Anna M. Pickens, SC 

Leland. David W Georgetown, SC 

Lempicke, Leslie Fort Mill, SC 

Lenhardt, Ross Neil Winter Garden, FL 

Lennartz, Carmen T Seneca, SC 

Lent, Steve Cincinnati, OH 

Lentz, Danny Charleston, SC 

Leonardo, Chris LoudonviUe, NY 

Leporati, Maria F. Winter Springs, FL 
Leslev. Angela M. Greer, SC 

Leslev, Gregorv D. Greer, SC 

Lester, Mark C Newberry, SC 

Levitt, Alisa Jacksonville, FL 

Lewis, Alex Anderson, SC 

Lewis. Brian Painted Post, NY 

Lewis. Catherine Jane Tucker, GA 

Lauchner, Carol ". Genoa. IL 

Lewis. Clifton Jr. Anderson. SC 

Lewis. David Doraville. GA 

Lewis. Jeffery Todd Abbeville. SC 

Lewis, Jennifer Boca Raton, FL 

Lewis. Mark C Wheaton. IL 

Lewis. Mary E Seneca. SC 

Lewis. Meli,ssa Ann Lyman, SC 



Contestant readies his car for auto- 
cross. 



UNDERCLASSMEN N,. 453 



^ 



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Lewis. Michai-; Greer, SC 

Lewis, Stacy . Islip, NU 

Lewis. Wilson R. Jr Moncks Corner, SC 

Lherault, France Hanahan, SC 

Lick, Wendy AUentown, PA 

; .iddle, Julie L Barnwell, SC 

Lifsey, Mctthew R Sumter, SC 

Lilley. Stacey A Greenville, SC 

Lilly, .James W Huntington, WV 

Limpert, Kurt S Pittstown, NJ 

Lindberg, Kurt Cleveland Clemson, SC 

Linde. Scott A Orlando, FL 

Lindler, Beth Newberry, SC 

Lindler, Ronnie -Josef Chapin, SC 

Lindsay, Lorrie L Greer, SC 

Lindsay, M. Elaine St. Matthews, SC 

Lindsay, Mim D. , , Easley, SC 

Lindsay, Scott R , Clyde, NC 

Lindsey, .Jimmy Charleston, SC 

Lineberger, Steven T Greer, SC 

Link, .Jay St. Matthews, SC 

Link. William Gaffney. SC 

Linton. Elizabeth Dunwoody, GA 

Lippard, -John C Columbia, SC 

Lippincott, Wendy N Columbia, SC 

Lis. -James Bristol, CT 

Lisenby, Lynette Pinopolis. SC 

Lister. Andrea Taylors, SC 

Little. Michael Paul . Columbia. SC 
Little. Michelle J Raleigh, NC 

Little, Shanna Joy Wyomissing. PA 

Little. Sharon Hazel Greenwood. SC 

LJttle. Stephanie Dawn Columbia. SC 

Littlejohn, Larry H. Piedmont. SC 

Littrell, Keith Venice, FL 

Livingston, Craig P. Georgetown, SC 

Livingston, Noyes B., IV , Houston, TX 

Locke, .John Willie Jr Rock Hill, SC 

Locke, Lisa J Belton, SC 

Locke, Tracey D Anderson, SC 

Locklin, Don Jacksonville, FL 

Loffredo, Christy Charleston Heights. SC 

Logan, Andrea Greer, SC 

Loggins, Sheri L Aiken, SC 

Logsdon, D. Brian Charlotte, NC 

Lomax, Vicki L Hickory, NC 

Long, Bobby Leonard Jr Anderson, SC 

Long, Christy Greenwood, SC 

Long, Jennifer T Rochester, NY 

Long, Julie Chapin, SC 

Long. Kelly Columbia, SC 

Long. Kevin Anderson, SC 

Looper, Anita G Easley, SC 

Looper, Dale Easley, SC 



454 



CLASSES 




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Lorincz, Carrie 


N. Myrtle Beach, SC 


Lott, Dana . . 


Lexington, SC 


Limthan. Keith T. 


Aiken, SC 


Love. Deandria Charlavne 


Decatur, GA 


Love. Heather 


Maryville. TN 


Love, Robert Darrin 


Moore, SC 


Lovelace. Malia 


Charleston, SC 


Lowder. Leslee 


SimpsonviUe, .SC 


Lowe. Monica Lvnn 


North .\ugusta, SC 


Lowerv, Jason M. 


Heath Springs, SC 


Lowery, Phillip 


Clermcmt, FL 


Lowry, Linda 


Mundelein, IL 


Lucas, Rachel 


Columbia, SC 


Lucenti. Timothv E. 


Ipswich, MA 


Lucie. Peter 


Raleigh, NC 


Ludden. -James C. 


Painted Post. NY 


Ludwig. Bonnie 


Marion, SC 


Luke. Daniel -Joseph 


Lafayette, NY 




Roswell. GA 


Lundgreen. Craig R 


Jacksonville, FL 


Lundv. Marv C 


Spartanburg, SC 


Lunsford, Brian -I 


Greer, SC 


Lupo. Matthew -) 


Glens Falls, NY 


Lvnch, Carrie Love 


Maitland. FL 


Lvnch, Kristie Marie 


Hendersonville, NC 


Lvnn, Thomas 


Sharon, SC 


Lvnn, Tim 


Greer. SC 


Lvnn, Aili 


Woodbridge, VA 


Lvons, Rachael Katharine 


Carrollton, GA 


Lyons, Robert W 


Hauppauge, NY 


Mabry, Deanna D 


Myrtle Beach, SC 


Mabry, Lisa 


Gaffney. SC 


MacDonald, Theresa 


Roswell. GA 


Mace, Dannv H. 


Gaffney. SC 


Mackev, T. Barber 


Lancaster, SC 


Madden, Melissa 


Anderson, SC 



Mader, Eric A. Plymouth. WT 

Magee, Pamela B. Alpharetta, GA 

Magnier, Mary . Dunwoody, GA 

Mahaffey, Joesph G„ Jr SimpsonviUe, SC 

Mahoney, Laura A Augusta, GA 

Mahonev, Michael Aiken, SC 



Maiden, Virginia L Piedmont, SC 

Malcolm, Tracy Longwood, FL 

Maldonado, Elaine . Easley, SC 

Malin, Serena M. Commack, NY 

Malphrus, Winnette Garnett, SC 

Mandeville, Tracy St. Petersburg, FL 

Maney, Casey C.C Annapolis, MD 

Maney, Maureen SummerviUe, SC 

Mann, Christopher E Easley, SC 

Mann, Kimberly Martinsville. NJ 

Mann, Sean Tavis Varnville, SC 

Manske, Eric Stratman SimpsonviUe, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Mantegili, Reyna Soraya 


Greenville, SC 


Manucy, Lara M. . 


Anderson, SC 


Manuel. Tripp 


. . Easton, MD 


Marcellas, Diane E. 


Phoenix, MD 


Marcliant, Jessica . . . 


Greenville, SC 


:,:rdenborough, Hal 


Coral Gables, FL 


Markham, Delra A 


, ,N. Charleston, SC 


Markiewicz, Linda M. , 


Orangeburg, SC 




Midland, MI 


Marley. Brian L. 


. . . North Garden, VA 


Marshall, Frank 


Rock Hill, SC 


Marshall. Kenneth G 


DenviUe, NJ 


Martin. Beverly 


Laurens, SC 


Martin. Debbie A 


Dunwoodv, GA 


Martin. Dianne Helen , 


Charleston, SC 


Martin. James 


Greenwood, SC 


Martin. Jay 


Columbia, SC 


Martin. Jocelyn Lee . 


Seneca, SC 


Martin. Katherine 


.\nderson, SC 


Martin. Rachel Leigh 


Providence, RI 


Martin. Randal Gerald 


Gaffney, SC 


Martin. Robert J 


Westorange, NJ 


Martin, Roderick Lee 


Baltimore, MD 


Martin, Sally 


Greenwood, SC 


Martin, Shannon E. 


Walterboro. SC 


Martin. Thomas M 


.... Forked River,NJ 


Martineau. Lawrence A 


Plantation, FL 


Martinez. R. Eric 


Madison, CT 


Martini, Michael Lawrence . 


Lexington, KY 


Martino, Liza 


Wayne, NJ 


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Mashburn, Michael 


Greer, SC 


Masna, Eric 


Columbus, NC 


Mason, Deborah Ann 


. . . St. Matthews, SC 


Mason, Jili 


. Moncks Corner. SC 


Mason. Kathleen 


Yarmouth. MA 


Massenburg. Todd Michael 


Holly Hill, SC 


Massev. Thomas S. 


Memphis, TN 


Mathauer. Lori Ann 


Becklev. WV 


Mathewes, Christopher W. 


Greenville, SC 


Mathews. Bettv - 


Chester, SC 


Mathews, Jamie C. 


Augusta, GA 


Mathews, Kim 


Augusta, GA 


Matlack, Dave J. 


Joppa, MD 


Matlock, Rebecca 


Central, SC 


Matthews. Vince Dana 


. Favetteville, NC 


Mattinglv, Gerald Trent 


Greenwood, IN 


Mattison, Alicia , 


Spartanburg, SC , 


Mattison, Scott M. 


.\ndersonville, SC j 


Mattocks, William J. 


Wheaton. IL 


Mauritz, Eddie W. 


Columbia, SC 


Mautcrer, Susan \V. 


Columbia, SC 


Maves, Melvin ('. 


Greenvillle, SC 


Mavfield. Kdward 


Greer, SC 


Mavlield, Frank Hunt 


Anderson, SC 


Mavs. W. Fritz .Ir 


I 
Rantoul, IL 


\lazdab, Yasmin C 


Ft Lauderdale, FL 


Mc.Mister, Kelvin 


LInion, SC ; 


McAllister, David Franklin 


Hockessin, DE 


\KAnlv. Dawn M. 


Danville, KY 


McAtee. Tamela H. 


Townville, SC 


McCachren, Monica L. . . 


! 
Denver, NC 


McCain, Jon 


Martinez, GA 1 


McCall, Jeri Michaela 


Greenville, SC 


McCalla, Jimmy 


Iva, SC 


McCanless, Sara Margaret . , , 


Greenville, SC 


McCarley, Tammy 


. Spartanburg, SC 


McCarter, Jeff 


1 

Clover, SC 


McCarter, John M. 


York, SC 


McClain, Steve H 


Greenville, SC 


McClellan, Amy 


. . Travelers Rest, SC 


McChirkin, Tracy Mary 


Virginia Beaph.VA 


McCollum, Nate 


Easley, SC 


McCollum, Robert Dean 


Anderson, SC 


McComb, Mac 


Orangeburg, SC 1 


McConnell, Tammv P. ...... 


Due West, SC 


MrCooev, Michael James Jr. . 


. . Hummelstown, PA 


McCord, Thad 


. . . Anderson, SC 1 


McCorkle, J. Alan 


Summerville, SC 


McCormac, Lisa Marie 


Columbia, SC 


McCormack, Julie 


Simpsonville ,SC 


McCormick, Leslie , 


Fairmont, NC 


McCown, Klizabeth, Nevitt 


Darlington, SC 


McCracken, Debra Lynne 


Toledo, OH 


McCullough, Susan 


HarLsville, .SC 


UNDERCLASSMEN X. 457 I 

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McCurley, Pete . . 


. . Anderson, SC 


McDermott, Amy 


Mt. Pleasant, SC 


McDCTitt. Meghan A, 


, , Avon, NJ 


McDonald, David R. Jr. 


- Galesburg, IL 


\'cDonnell, Laura Anne 


.Surfside Beach, SC 


Mi-Doweli, Allen K 


. . Greenwood, SC 


McEImurrav, Daniel W. 


Beech Island, SC 


McI-^ntire, Tara L. 


Greenville, SC 


McEntyre, Kathleen 


Anderson, SC 


McEvillv. Marv E. 


Statesville, NC 


McFall, Brad J. 


Columbia, SC 


McFann. Floyd Theodore 


Clemson, SC 



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McFarland, Derek Glenn Chester. VA 

McGaha, Kimberly Gaffney, SC 

McGahey, Lisa A. , Anderson, SC 

McGarr, Tara Spartanburg, SC 

McGreal, Michael Dennis Rockville, MD 

McGuirt, Susan Ridgeway, SC 

McGurrin, Michael J Canajoharie, NY 

Mclnnis, Courtney Williamston, SC 

Mcintosh, Cynthia L Summerville, SC 

Mclntyre, Robert Archibald . . Silver Spring, MD 

McKeown, James David Columbia, SC 

McKie, Lillian Kay North Augusta, SC 

McKinney, Robert Dale Easley, SC 

McKinney, Tami Lynne Greenville, SC 

McKoy, Adair, Morey Wadmalaw Isl, SC 

McKoy, Victor Grainger Sumter, SC 

McLachlan, .Jane Wayne, N.J 

McLean. Ann E Atlanta, GA 

McLean, Denebola Ware Shoals, SC 

McLean, William N Orangeburg, SC 

McLeland. Andrew Knight Anderson. SC 

McLendon. Kathryn E Albany, GA 

McLeod. Margaret Chesterfield, SC 

McLuarin. Steve Dillon, SC 

McLure. .John W. IV Irmo, SC 

McMahan, Elizabeth N. Augusta, SC 

McMahan, Shane Westminster, SC 

McMillan, Douglas Wesley Nashville, TN 

McMillan, Lynwood Salley, SC 

McMillan, Staci Elkton, MD 

McMullan. Richard J Cornelia, GA 

McMurtrey, Becky Pendleton, SC 

McQueen. Gwendolyn Clio, SC 

McRwarth, Steve GambriUs, MD 

McSharry, Alana M Taylors, SC 

McSpadden, Amy Anderson, SC 

McSparran. Scott Radford, VA 

McTeer, Elizabeth A Radford, VA 

Meador. Guy Atkinson II Chester, SC 

Meadors, Candace E Greer, SC 

Meares. Tom Hartsville, SC 

.Medlin, Thomas Michael Greenville, SC 




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CLASSES 



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Meetze. Be%erly 


Pomaria. SC - 


Mehaffie, Brian 


Clemson, SC jjl 


Meinherg, Christopher J. 


. Clearwater, FL " 


Melton. Michael VV. 


Simpsonville, SC 


Melt.m. Pamela D, 


Liberty. SC 


Melton. Shannon L. 


Charleston, SC 


.Melton. Shontalc 


Heath Springs, SC 


Mendenhall. Debbie 


Sarasota, FL 


Menner. Peter S 


Maplewood, NJ 


Menner. Stacev 


Lexington, KY 


Mercer. Patric .Man 


Lexington, SC 


Meredith. Larry 


Greenwood, SC 


.Meredith, Michael 


Greenwood, SC 


Merlino. C. Steven Jr. , 


Columbia, SC 


Merritt. Dean E. 


Seneca, SC 


Merritt. Donna 


Easley. SC 


Merritt. Thomas E. 


Easlev. SC 


Merschat. Stephen R 


North Augusta, SC 


Messer. Sharon 


Liberty, SC 


Metts. .Mmee 


Anderson, SC 


Metts, Greta I 


Oakley, SC 


Metts. Mitchell D. 


... Little Mountain, SC 


Melts. Ronald .Man 


Chapin, SC 


Metze. Mark K. 


Edgefield, SC 



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UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Meunier. Anne 


Greenville, SC 




Mewshaw, EHzai)eth Ann 


Columbia, SC 




Meyer, Reheci.i N' 


Greenville, SC 




Meyers, Susan 


, Veradale, WA 




Michaelis, Beth , 


Columbia. SC 




Michaelsen, Kenneth 


Painted Post, NY 




Michelis, Rachelle , 


Seffner. FL 




Michels, Christina Marie 


Irmo, SC 




Michels. Katherine Ann 


Spartanburg, SC 




Middlebroolis, Erin 


Ellicot City. MD 




Miles, Dewitt 


New Milford. CT 




Miley, Joseph Laurie 


Brunson, .SC 




Milev. Kenneth 


Smoaks, SC 




Milev. Laurence E. II 


Fostoria. OH 




Milks, Brian K. 


Little Valley. NY 




Miller, Bill 


Fairview. PA 




Miller, Chuck S 


Lake View. SC 




Miller. Clarke A 


. . . Severna Park, MD 




Miller. Donna L. 


Lilburn, GA 




Miller. Ellen C. , 


Muncie, IN 




Miller, Gwynn 


Greenwood, SC 




Miller, Lee 


Columbia. SC 




Miller, Lisa 


Clemson, SC 




Miller, Mary Susan 


Frederick. MD 





Miller, Melissa Rubin Columbia, SC 

Miller, Michelle Lemingway, SC 

Miller, Rondi Rockville. MD 

Miller, Sally Linwood. NJ 

Mills, Robert Moncks Corner. SC 

Milne. Joey Jacksonville, FL 

Mims. Kathy Jackson, SC 

Mims. Matthew Larry Georgetown, SC 
Mims, Scott Rockingham, NC 
Mina, Albert C. Orangeburg. SC 
Misischia. Daniel M. Shorewood. IL 
Mitchell, Cassandra R Fairfax. SC 

Mitchell, David T Vernon. CT 

Mitchell, John David Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Mitchell, Suzanne Chevy Chase, MD 

Mizell, Whitney Cheryl Florence. SC 

Mizzell, Dana Charleston, SC 

Moak, Mandy Lynn Elgin, SC 

Mohler, Scott E Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

Mojwid, Charleen K Summerville. SC 

Molnar, Judith L St. Joseph, MI 

Mongie. Jonathon Henry Westport, MA 

Monroe. Bill Sumter, SC 

Montgomery. David Andrew Columbia, SC 

Montgomery. Lynn Ninety Six, SC 

Montroy, Chris Clemson, SC 

Montgomery. Michael R. Camden, SC 

Moody, Eric Cashiers, NC 

Moody, Kim Walterboro, SC 

Moody. Melissa Kaye Fairfax, SC 




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Moonev. Andrea Gayle 


Columbia. SC 


Moore. Allison Lvn 


Clemson, SC 


Moore. Darrin A. 


Summerville. SC 


Moore. Edwin Lee 


Boca Raton. FL 


Moore. Markus Ulvsses 


Greenville, SC 


Moore. Richard C, 


Denver, CO 


Moore. Scott 


Ft. Myers, FL 


Moore. Scott . 


. . Anderson. SC 1 


Moore. Susan 


Sumter, SC 


Moore. Susan 


Birmingham. AL 


Moore. Tammv 


Inman, SC 


Moore. Jacqueline Michelle 


Westminster, SC 


Moorefieid. Jennifer Lynn . 


St. Petersburg, FL 


Moorhead. Robvn Carlisle . . . 


Goffney, SC 


Moorman. Amv 


Deland. FL 


Morals. Vickie Lvnn , . .• 


Dayton, OH 


Moreland. James H. 


Simpsonville, SC 


Morgan, Leah . , 


Lal(le Wales, FL 

l| 


Morgan. Michael L. 


West Union, SC 1! 


Morrice. Amanda 


Clemson, SC i 


Morris. Dave 


Dunwoodv, GA j 


Morris. Dwavne Allen 


Landrum, SC 


Morris. John George 


Charleston, SC 


Morris. Milton 


Olanta, SC | 


Morris. Rhonda 


Greer. SC 


Morris. Sonva M 


Greer, SC 


Morrison. Laura 


Clemson, SC 


Morrison. Lvnda 


Seneca, SC 


Morrow. Sonia Melinda 


Chester. SC 


Morse. Emily 


Saluda, SC 


Moselev. Melissa Piatt 


'l 
Gaston, SC ' 


Moselev, Rickv Edward . 


Belton, SC 


Moses. Nan 


Atlanta, GA 
Baltimore, MD i 


Moshang. Bryant J 


Hoshang. Christina 


Baltimore, MD 1 


Moss. Julie Elizabeth 


Loveland, OH ! 


Mott. Marcie Julie 


1, 
Columbus, OH ll 


Motte. David H. 


Greenville, SC 1' 


Mountain. Carrie Alan 


Kingsport, TN 


Movick. Kirsten Marie 


Jupiter, FL 


Movd. Steve 


Greenville, SC 


Muench. Susan 


Patohogue, NY 


Mull. Karen Katharina 


. Piedmont, SC ! 


Mullen. Victoria Michelle 


Fredericksburg, VA j 


Muiler, Kevin H. 


Lagrange, GA 


Mulvanev, Peter 


Winchester, MA 


Mungo. Lisa 


Lancaster, SC 




Hartsville. SC 


Munnerlvn. Chris 


Greenwood, SC 


Munroe, James Himmele 


Sumter, SC 


Munsev. Kathleen Paige 


Raleigh, NC 


Murdough. David W. Jr. 


Kstill, SC 


Murphv, James A. 


Oak Ridge, TN 


Murphy. Tricia 


Pickens, SC 


UNDERCLASSMEN X. 461 



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M'.irrav, Deborah Anne 


Mt. Pleasant, SC 




).irra>', Kimberley 


. Clemst)n, SC 




issa!, Robert J. . 


Summerville, SC 




:'.iussman, Susan . . , 


Charlotte, NC 




Mustard, Charles S. 


Columbia. .SC 




Myers, Melanie 


Lynchburg, SC 




Myers, Pattv 


Muncks Corner, SC 




Myrick, Catherine 


Clover, SC 




Nalley, Debbie 


■. . Liberty, SC 




Namboodri, Chettoor G. . 


.... North Augusta. SC 




Nance. Eva 


Columbia. SC 




Nanney, Susan Nicole 


Chester. SC 




Nason, Miles 


Greer, SC 




Nastasi, Kenneth 


Oak Ridge, N.J 




Neal. William D. 


WoodrulT. SC 




Necker. Devon E. 


Inman, SC 




Neglia, Frances M. 


Simpsunville, SC 




Neideigh, Thomas 


Simpsiinville, SC 




Nelon, George Michael 


Asheville, NC 




Nelson, Amv 


Merietta, SC 




Nelson, Averv H., Ill 


Florence, SC 




Nelson, Christine Marie 


Charleston, SC 




Nelson, Craig P. 


Hampton, GA 




Nelson, Edward Eugene , . 


Simpsonville, SC 




Nelson, Sheri R. 


Anderson, SC 




Nelson, Vicki Joy 


Greenville, SC 




Nethertim. Brett L. 


Weaverville, NC 




Neumann, Christ\ 


Winston-Salem, NC 




Newburn, Edward L, 


Aiken. SC 




Newell. April K. 


Pendleton. SC 




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Newell. Erwin 
Newman. Jane 
Newnam, Leigh K. 
Newton. Betsy 
Newton. Jessie L. 
Nichols. James 



Nichols. Morri 
Nichols. Shelley 
Nickel. Galen 
Nickles. David . , 

Nielsen, Karin 

Nielsen. Kirk Tage . 



Hemingway. SC 

Sioux City. lA 

Greenville, SC 

Pickens. SC 

Pickens, SC 

Lagrange, GA 



Kingsport. TN 

Dillon. SC 

Greenville, SC 

Clemson, SC 

. . Maryville. TN 
Spencerport, NY 



Niemer. Gregory William 

Nipa. Shah 

Nita. Dan 

Nivens. Andrea 

Nix, Andv 

Nix. Kirk A. 



North Augusta. SC 

Succasunna. NJ 

Longwood, FL 

Moore, SC 

Greenville. SC 

Walhalla. SC 



Nix. Timothv D 


Anderson 


SC 


Noble, Kimberlv Lvnn 


Randolph. 


NJ 


Nobles. Shannon 


N. Myrtle Beach 


SC 


Nocher. Karen 


Florence 


SC 


Nocht. Kristine M. 


Pendleton 


SC 


Noel, Karen 


Fairfax, 


VA 


Noll. Christv 


Lyman 


SC 


Nonnenberji. Ruth (1. 


Savannah, 


C.A 


Norman. Ivev 


Clems(»n 


SC 


Norris. Andrew A. 


.Alexandria 


vA 


Norton. -Julie 


Duxbury, 


MA 


Novak. Raymond H 


Greenville 


SC 



Novak. William M. 


Conneautville. PA 


Nun. Tim J. 


Atlanta. GA 


Nunnery. Tracy Van 


Camden. SC 


Gates, Jerrv W. U 


Fort Mill. SC 


Oberhausen, Brent A. 


West Columbia. SC 


Oberholtzer, Sandy 


Clemson, SC 


Obnev, Mary Elizabeth 


Alliance, OH 


OBrien. .lacqueline 


Greer, SC 


OBrien, Karen M. 


W. Redding.CT 


Ockeloen, Hanneke 


Yardley, PA 


0(\)nner, Rick 


Columbia, SC 


OConnor, Shannon 


Anderson, SC 


OConnor, Sheila M. 


Springfield, VA j 


ODell, Gail M. 


Chester, SC 


Odom, Steven Da.non 


Sumter, SC 


OHara. John I,. 


, Florence, SC 


OKeefe. Krista 


Columbia. SC 


Okoniewski. Laura K. 


Cocoa Beach, FL 


Oliver. Glenda D 


Beaufort, SC [ 


Ols. Melissa Marie 


Greenville, SC 


Olszewski. Michele 


Bound Brook, NJ 


Onan. Jonathan Patrick . 


Hopkins, SC 


ONeal, Amy R 


Kensington, MD 


ONeal. Kevin 


Gilbert, SC 

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Onop, Adrienne . 


Freehold, NJ 


Orebaugh. Kristin 


. . Rockville, MD 


Orfanedes, l.arainc 


Greer, SC 


Orourke, Michael K 


Beaverton, OR 


Orr. Kyle B 


Clemson, SC 


Osborne, Tassie 


Aiken, SC 


Osteen, AUyson 


. . Florence, SC 


Oswald. Shannon 


Graniteville, SC 


Ouimet. Christian 


Charlotte. NC 


Outhous. Dean W. 


Berwvn. PA 


Ouzts, David , 


West Columbia. SC 


Overbay, D. Andrew 


Clemson, SC 


Owen. Karen Denise 


Wiiliamston, SC 


Owens. Beth 


VVorthington, OH 


Owens. Cindy 


Spartanburg, SC 


Owens. Karen 


Kingsport. TN 


Owens, Richard Ryan 


Charleston. SC 


Owings. Alan D 


. North Augusta, SC 


Pace, Richard C. 


Inman. SC 


Padgett, Dell 


St. George, SC 


Padgett, Lisa 


Spartanburg, SC 


Page, Daniel James 


Clemson, SC 


Painter, Marv Elizabeth 


Andersim, SC 


Palermo, Kimberly A 


. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 


Palmer, Bill 


Orlando, FL 


Palmer, Kristin L. 


Honea Path, SC 


Panagoulias. Helen Andrea 


Washingt(m, DC 


Papenfus, Jeff 


Clemson, SC 


Paradeses, Jim 


Greenville, SC 


Paris, Deborah L. 


Easley, SC 


Parish, Kathrvn 


Mauldin, SC 


Park, Suzanne ... 


Cavce, SC 


Parker, Antwan R. 


Columbia, SC 


Parker, Edward 


Florence, SC 


Parker, Kathv 


Gastonia, NC 


Parker, Matthew 


Taylors, SC 


Parker, Pamela Jo 


Columbia, SC 


Parker, Sharon Renee 


Florence, SC 


Parris, Kevin . 


Spartanburg, SC 


Parris, Robert Lee, Jr. 


Greenville, SC 


Parrish, Mark A 


Columbia, SC 


Parrish, Natalie G. 


Arlington, TX 


Passilla, Connie 


Windermere, FL 


Passmore, Roger 


Simpsonville, SC 


Patat, Todd E 


Greenville, SC 


Patel, Parag Bhupendra 


Greenville, SC 


Patrick, Robbie 


White Oak, SC 


Patrick, Susie 


Alexandria, VA 


Patterson, Bobby 


Lancaster, SC 


Patterson, Kelly 


Anderson, SC 


Patterson, Lee A 


Iva SC 


Patterson, Mark Bowie 


Greenville, SC 


Patterson, Robert H 


Lexington, SC 


Patterson, Roy W., Jr 


York, SC 



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Patterson. Traci Lee Taylors, SC 

Paty, Valerie Atlanta, GA 

Paulk, Marshall A Hahira, GA 

Payne, Marius S Beaufort, SC 

Payne, Matthew Tran Morrow, OH 

Payne, Phillip Pickens, SC 

Pearson, Carl G Chester, SC 

Pearson, Karen Ruth Seaford, DE 

Pearson, Karrie Aiken, SC 

Pearson, Marilyn R . Manning, SC 

Peck, Catherine Florence, AL 

Peele, Timothy Steven Spartanburg, SC 

Pegram, Susan Seaford, DE 

Pellicci, Joel Anthony Myrtle Beach, SC 

Pelter. Barbara Anderson, SC 

Pelz, Stanley R. Jacksonville, FL 

Pendleton, Elizabeth E Queenstown, MD 

Penick. Sarah E Greenville, SC 

Penney. David Clemson, SC 

Pennington, Hughes Calvin Jr. Spartanburg. SC 

Perella. Nancy L Hilton Head Island, SC 

Perkins, Carolyn Weeks Clemson, SC 

Perkins. F. Wilson Dalton, GA 

Perkins, John R. Jr Gretna, VA 

Perrine, Cassandra Gaffney, SC 

Perry, Mary Elizabeth Anderson, SC 

Peters, Christopher M Walkersville, MD 

Peterson, Erik Alan Canby, OR 

Petitgout, Paul McBee, SC 

Petro, Eileen G Bethlehem, PA 

Pettit, Dena Gaffney, SC 

Pfister, Robert H Greenville, SC 

Phillip, Thomas Vienna, VA 

Phillips, Beth Bethune, SC 

Phillips, C. Wesley Lynchburg, SC 

Phillips, Charles D Belton, SC 

Phillips. David G Newberry. SC 

Phillips. Elizabeth Atlanta, GA 

Phillips, Peter Paul Richmond, VA 

Piccolijmini. Maria N Uniontown, PA 

Pickelsimer. Lisa Brevard. NC 

Pickering. Tara Exton. PA 

Pigeon, N. Todd Greenville, SC 

Pike, Jason Geer Inman, SC 

Pilon, Kelly J Taylors, SC 

Pinckney. Kim Maria Charleston, SC 

Pinckney, Mycra Danell Charleston, SC 

Pinkney, John Adams Greenville, SC 

Pinson, Raymond L Moncks Corner, SC 

Pitman, Bill New Wilmington, PA 

Pittman. Jennifer Atlanta, GA 

Pitts, Elizabeth A Spartanburg, SC 

Pitts, Mike Aiken, SC 

Player, John Columbia, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Pledger, Charles R Orlando, FL 

Plomaritis, Kevin St Petersburg. FL 

Poat, Robbin West Miltord, NJ 

Foe, Melissa . Kingsport. TN 

Poffel, Angela Allison Park, PA 

Poindexter, Donna . Columbus, GA 

Poirier, Lisa York, SC 

Poli, David Green Cove Sprgs, FL 

Poling, William C, Jr Burtonsville, MD 

Polk. Jayne Islandton, SC 

Poole, Carl E III Charleston, SC 

Pooser, Lisa Bonneau, SC 

Pope, Mathew David Marietta, GA 

Poppler, Barrett O Greer, SC 

Porio, Stephen Anthony Gaffney, SC 

Porter, Jeffrey R Aiken, SC 

Porter. Kimberly Dawn Trenton, NJ 

Porter, Melissa Pickens, SC 

Porter, Richard McLean Hartsville, SC 

Porter, Scarlette E Seneca, SC 

Porth, Stacie Annette Lexington, SC 

Posey, Mike Liberty, SC 

Poston, Andrea Dunwoody, GA 

Poston, Bussy Jay Pamplico, SC 



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Poston. H. David Johnsonville, SC 

Poston. Tanya Johnsonville, SC 

Poteat. Catherine Greenwood, SC 

Poteat. Michael R Inman, SC 

Powell, Cathryn Woodbridge, VA 

Powell, .Johnnie Elfred Johnsonville, SC 

Powell, Robert Sinclair Columbia, SC 

Powell. Shea Oklahoma City, OK 

Power. Robert Cayce, SC 

Pratt, Karen Williamsburg, VA 

Pressley, Marilyn K Chester, SC 

Preston, Charles Dean Midland, TX 

Price, Amanda Delane Seneca, SC 

Price, Daniel Lane Seneca, SC 

Price, David Lindsay Greenville, SC 

Price. Debbie Leesville, SC 

Price, Detta Lexington, SC 

Price. Julie Ann Hartsville, SC 

Price, Randall L. Gilbert, SC 

Price, Robin Paige Clemson, SC 

Price, Susan Elizabeth West Columbia, SC 

Pridemore, Jennifer Rose Clemson, SC 

Pritchard, Glenn Doylestown, PA 

Pritchard, Tracy Gaffney, SC 

Procopio, Laurie Manalapan, NJ 

Proctor, Haywood J. Hamer, SC 

Proctor, Matt Saluda, SC 

Proffitt, John W., Jr Liberty, SC 

Pruden, Elizabeth C Chester, SC 

Pryor, David Charles Chapin, SC 

Przirembel, Dawn A. Central, SC 

Psota, Amy Blake Stony Brook, NY 

Puckhaber, Chad Anderson, SC 

Pullum. Cindy Camden, SC 

Pun, Ravi Atlanta, GA 

Purkerson, Bill Greenwood, SC 

Purkerson, Lyn Greenville, SC 

Purse, Barry G Onsted, MI 

Purse, Gary Onsted, MI 

Pusey, Edward Joseph Summerville, SC 

Pyle, Philip E., Jr West Grove, PA 

Quarles, Brenda Johnston, SC 

Quattlebaum, Frank Bowman, SC 

Queen, Jeff Columbia, SC 

Queen, Lee Ann Gaffney, SC 

Querubin, Allan Dillon, SC 

Quin, Scott Allen Mauldin, SC 

Rabb, William Stuart Cameron, SC 

Radcliffe, Leslie Marie Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Raines, Jim Spartanburg, SC 

Ralsten, Kenneth Clemson, SC 

Ramey, Jonathan M Stony Brook, NY 

Ramey, David Williamson Stony Brook, NY 

Ramsden, Paige Belleair. FL 



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Ramsey, Marshall C. Ill Columbia, SC 

Ramsey, Sharon Denice Sumter, SC 

Randall, Randy Clinton, SC 

Raiigwani, Deepa H Myrtle Beach, SC 

Rankin, Molly Aiken, SC 

Rasmussen, Wendy M Spartanburg, SC 



Rast, David Heber Cameron, SC 

Ratchford, Robert Saye York, SC 

Rau, Melinda Elliott City, MD 

Ravan, Gina S Greer, SC 

Ravenel, Mary Charleston, SC 

Rawl, Chris Lexington, SC 



Rawls, Karen Elaine Simpsonville, SC 

Rawls, Mimi F Wagener, SC 

Ray, Monica Hemingway, SC 

Reck, Jeffrey L Westminster, MD 

Reckley, Steven Pelzer, SC 

Redd, Michael T Fort Mill, SC 



Redding, Cille Panama City, FL 

Reding, Laurene Attica, NY 

Reed, Andrea Greenville, SC 

Reed, Cameron Alcott Merritt Island, FL 

Reese, Regina H. Westminster, SC 

Reeves, Kevin Harris Ridgeville, SC 



Reeves, Kimberly Leigh Easley, SC 

Reeves, Steven Clemson, SC 

Regnier, Matthew J Clemson, SC 

Reid. Julie Darien, CT 

Reid, Karen Kristin Sumter, SC 

Reid, Sandi Jacksonville, AL 



Reilly, Heather Bayville, NY 

Reimers, Martha North Augusta, SC 

Reinert, Gregory P Anderson, SC 

Rembert, Llewellyn B Columbia, SC 

Renedo, Tom Jr Columbia, SC 

Replogle, Teresa Cincinnati, OH 



Reyes, Helen Dunwoody, GA 

Reynolds, Joseph A Pinewood, SC 

Rhienhardt, Gina Clemson, SC 

Rhodes, Freddy Irmo, SC 

Rhodes, Kim Irmo, SC 

Rhodes, Sherry M. Anderson, SC 



Rhodes, Suzanne West Columbia, SC 

Rhonen, Stephanie Sumter, SC 

Rice, Brian Orangeburg, SC 

Rice, Shannon Mauldin, SC 

Rich, John A., Ill Orangeburg, SC 

Richards, Jamie Cincinnati, OH 



Richards, Jim Belvedere, SC 

Richardson, Angela D Westminster, SC 

Richardson, Diane L Six Mile, SC 

Richardson, Lloyd L Clemson, SC 

Richardson, Paige H Charlotte, NC 

Richardson, Sarah Ann Clemson, SC 




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Rickborn. Timothy W Isle of Palms, SC 

Rickenbaker, Carla St. George, SC 

Ricker. Jeff D Pickens, SC 

Ridgeway, Alan C Lawrenceville, GA 

Ridgway. Todd M Evansville, IN 

Riley, Melinda Joy Spartanburg, SC 

Rinehart, Wendi Laray Taylors, SC 

Riordan, Cathy Greer, SC 

Riordan. Jack Rock Hill, SC 

Riordan. Jane Marie Greer, SC 

Ripley. Julie Ann Annandale, VA 

Ripley, Daniel Christopher Clemson, SC 

Rish, Paul West Columbia. SC 

Rishel, Edward R Lexington, KY 

Risher, Thomas H. Jr Spartanburg, SC 

Ritchie. Brian Joseph . . ! Nashville, TN 

Rittenhouse, Kathy A Seaford, DE 

Ritter, Kelley P Kingsport, TN 

Rivers, Angle Columbia, SC 

Rivers, Leslie Union, SC 

Roach. Timothy D Rock Hill, SC 

Robarge, Richard B. Morganton, NC 

Robert, Teresa Rockville, MD 

Roberts, Brenda St. Louis, MO 

Roberts, Jodi Chattanooga, TN 

Roberts, Mark Asheville, NC 

Roberts, Megan Anne Seneca, SC 

Roberts, Megan P Alexandria. VA 

Robertson. Gage Charleston, SC 

Robertson, John G Blythewood, SC 

Robertson, Keith Greer, SC 

Robertson, Mark Enoree, SC 

Robertson, Martha B Yorktown, VA 

Robinson, Douglas McBee, SC 

Robinson, Julia Ann Clemson, SC 

Robinson, Kevin J Greenville, SC 

Robinson, Leslie A Milford, OH 

Robinson, Mary Pacolet, SC 

Robinson, Melissa Jonesville, SC 

Robinson, Michael D McBee, SC 

Robinson, Robbie L Clover, SC 

Robison, Kathleen Marie Columbia, SC 

Roby, Michele Marie Clemson, SC 

Rodgers. Benjamin Lee Pinopolis, SC 

Rodgers, Linda Greer, SC 

Rodgers, "Little B" Todd West Columbia, SC 

Roeder, Robert R Camden, SC 

Rogers, Becky Morristown, TN 

Rogers, Brian Thomas Clyde, NC 

Rogers, Edward Dean Columbia, SC 

Rogers, N. Marie Fairforest, SC 

Rogers, Sanford N Clemson, SC 

Rogers, Skeet Walhalla, SC 

Rogers, Susan R Lexington, SC 



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Rohe, Aniie-Renee 
Romano, Brenda B. 
Roosa. Stefan C. . . 
Koose. Jennifer 
Root, Kristin 



Aiken, SC 

Slevensville, MD 

. Greer, SC 

Kennett Sq, PA 

North Augusta, SC 

Midlothian. SC 



Roper, Joy Lynn Williamston, SC 

Roper, Truman D. Jr. Garner, NC 

Rose, Eric Alan Taylors, SC 

Ross, Catherine C Clearwater, FL 

Ross, Pamela T Camden, SC 

Rossi, Gina Spartanburg, SC 



Rourke, Barbara D Fort Stewart, GA 

Rouse, Dempsey L Nashville, TN 

Rousey. Ted Anderson, SC 

Rowell. Rudy Pamplico, SC 

Rowland, Russell Greer, SC 

Roy, Rebecca L Columbia, SC 



Roy. Steve Tampa, FL 

Ruckman. Nancy Jacksonville, FL 

Rudler, Christine Simpsonville, SC 

Ruinen, Frederik A. Salem, SC 

Rushing, Pat Ridgeland, SC 

Rushing, Robert G Ridgeland, SC 



Russell. Dan Greenville, SC 

Russell, Juleen Marie Surfside Beach, SC 

Russell, Lisa Kathleen Stevensville, MI 

Russell, Sean P Burke, VA 

Russell, Shari K Springfield, VA 

Russell, William A., 3rd . Moncks Corner, SC 



Russo, Anthony Rickman Newberry, SC 

Rust, Dean Joseph Martinez, GA 

Ruzycki, Scott Gerard Palm Harbor, FL 

Ryan, Bridget J Spring Lake Hgts., NJ 

Ryan. Vincent P Gaithersburg, MD 

Ryf. Kristen Deerfield Beach, FL 



Saccani, Stacy Allentown, PA 

Sadlowski, Linda J Clemson, SC 

Sahos, Tammy Basking Ridge, NJ 

Sain, April Michelle Dana, NC 

Salley, James Mock Clemson, SC 

Salomon, Lawrence W., Jr Burton, SC 



Salzmann. Ralph North Augusta, SC 

Sample, Greg Charleston, WV 

Sams, Catherine E Edisto Beach, SC 

Samuel. Dora Darlene Dillon, SC 

Samuel, Michelle Evette Marion, SC 

Sandberg, Sarah Hockessin, DE 



Sanders, Brian Alan Graniteville, SC 

Sanders, Brian K Anderson, SC 

Sanders, Chris Greensboro, NC 

Sanders, Scott Edward Graniteville, SC 

Sanders, Steve West Columbia, SC 

Sanders, T.O. IV Barnwell, SC 




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Sanders. Todd B Boca Raton, FL 

Santera, Thomas S Dunwoody, GA 

Sarvis, Michael M Columbia, SC 

Sating, Joseph A Clemson, SC 

Sauder, Daniel J Archbold, OH 

Sauls, James Harvey Saluda, SC 

Sauls. Lisa C Columbia, SC 

Sawyer. Darci Marie Central, SC 

Sawyer, Elizabeth S. Saluda, SC 

Sayre, Denise Wellford, SC 

Scarborough, Beth Fairfax. VA 

Scarborough, Kim Belton, SC 

Scattolini, Melissa New Fairfield. CT 

Scelzo. Elizabeth Denville. NJ 

Schaaft, Lesley-Anne West Long Branch, NJ 

Schade. Jack D. Stone Mountain, GA 

Schafer, Susan B Clemson, SC 

Schilletter, Doug Columbia, SC 

Schlock, Michelle Townville, SC 

Schlosser, Julie Hilton Head, SC 

Schmersal, Jeffrey Phoenix, MD 

Schmid, David A Mauldin, SC, 

Schmidt, Kenneth W Inman, SC 

Schmidt, Michael S Aiken, SC 



Schmidt, Suzanne M. Edison, NJ 

Schmitz, Christa Marie Bluffton, SC 

Schoellkoff, W. Greenville, SC 

Schofield, Joseph D. Ill Pelzer. SC 

Scholtz. Michelle M Tulsa, OK 

Schommer, Sara Lynn Kettering, OH 



Alan Brown points out gill filaments 
and other fascinating fish character- 
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Walter Duffie, and David Kuhlmann. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN X. 471 



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Schraibman, Sara Catherine Columbia, SC 

Schramm, Lisa Marie Upper St. Claire, PA 

Schrenk, Christine Mary Wilmington, DE 

Schroeder, Jody D Stone Mountain, GA 

Schroeder, Stephen A. Glenridge, NJ 

Schuffenhauer, Glenn C. River Edge, NJ 



Schumacher, Brian Scott Clemson, SC 

Schurlltnight, Sheri St. Stephen, SC 

Schuster, Scott Charlotte, NC 

Schwartz, Melissa Ann Clemson, SC 

Schweitz, Elizabeth M Summerville, SC 

Schwind, Kristin Clarendon Hills, IL 

Scoggins, Margaret Lynn McConnells, SC 

Scott, Andrea Rome, NY 

Scott, Candace C Clearwater, SC 

Scott, English Greenville, SC 

Scott, Keith B Florence, SC 

Scott, Mark T Greer, SC 

Scott, Tammy L Winston Salem, NC 

Scruggs, Laura K Campobello, SC 

Scruggs, Lisa Gaffney, SC 

Scurry, Russell H Anderson, SC 

Seaberg, Charles Zweibruecken, W. Germ. 

Seabrook, Terry Charleston, SC 

Sease, Bradford Lamar Gilbert, SC 

Seavey, Beth L. Summerville, SC 

Seay, Christopher Greer, SC 

Seay, Gina Kay Spartanburg, SC 

Sebastian, Pollyana S Columbia, SC 

Seegars, Joe Columbia, SC 

Seel, Laura Diane Columbia, SC 

Seigler, Angela K. Charleston Heights, SC 

Seigler, Darren Shay Round O, SC 

Sellers, Ronald W Cheraw, SC 

Senn, Paige Newberry, SC 

Seoane, Myriam Dunwoody, GA 

Serock, Vince Clemson, SC 

Sessions, Gloria Kay Ronceverte, WV 

Sessions, Keith Monroe, GA 

Settlemyer, Billy Rock Hill, SC 

Shade, Garrett Stone Mountain, GA 

Shahriari, Kristine Charleston, SC 

Shane, Thomas Scott Duluth, GA 

Shank, Suzanne Marie Marion, SC 

Sharo, Drummond Rock Hill, SC 

Shaw, Lisa Susan Camden, SC 

Shaw, Rosalind Renee Sacramento, CA 

Shay, Dawn Myrtle Beach, FL 

Shea, Katie Hickory, NC 

Shea, Rebecca Laurel, MD 

Sheak, Stacy Herndon, VA 

Shealy, Clint E Prosperity, SC 

Shealy, Paula Chapin, SC 

Shealy, Rob Batesburg, SC 







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Shealv. Thomas Jeffery Leesville, SC 

Shear. Linda Rock Hill, SC 

Sheedv, Raymond L. Sumter, SC 

Sheehan, Jill Richboro, PA 

Shehan. Steve Rutherfordton, NC 

Sheheen, Maria Camden, SC 



Shepherd, Danette Sumter, SC 

Shepherd. Dawn A. Sumter. SC 

Sheppard, Amy Clemson, SC 

Sheppard. Ron Easley. SC 

Sheppard. Rose Mary - Orangeburg. .SC 
Sherard. Suzanne Calhoun Falls, SC 

Sherburne, Michael R Jacksonville, FL 

Sherer, Beth York, SC 

Sherer. Jennifer Cary Chapin, SC 

Sherman. Portia P. Fort Mill. SC 

Sherman, William Piedmont. SC 

Sherrer. John M. Columbia. SC 



Sherry, Bridget Schenectady, NY 

Shieder, Hallie Grover, SC 

Shipley, Michael Frederick, MD 

Shirley. John Richard Orangeburg. SC 

Shirley, l-aura Mendenhall. PA 

Shore. Christine Elise Greensboro. NC 

Shuler. Arthur Odell III Cross. SC 

Shuler. Julianne Hart Holly Hill, SC 

Shuler. Melissa Warner Orangeburg, SC 

Shuler. Pamela Sumter, SC 

Shuler. Patti Sumter, SC 

Shuler, Sonya Jeanette Holly Hill, SC 

Shuman, Donald R. Jr. Fairfax, VA 

Shumpert. George Stacy Leesville, SC 

Shiister, Kim Aline Oysterbay. NY 

Shy. (iina Summerville. SC 

Shy. Kelly Ann Summerville. SC 

Siman. Shannim Columbia. SC 

Simmons, Jill M Huntington. WV 

Simmons, Joseph Austin Huntington, WV 

.Simmons. Kim Walterboro. SC 

Simmons. Rebekah Claxton, GA 

Simmons. T Denise Charleston, SC 

Simonet. Richard H Titusville, FL 

Simons. Rebecca V Clemson. SC 

.Simpson. Howard James Mt. Dora, FL 

Simpson, Ray L Orangeburg, SC 

Simpson, Sandra Clarkston, GA 
Sims, David Clemson, SC 

Sims, Ted Clemson, SC 

Sinclair, Becky Greenville, SC 

Sinclair, Charles Thomas Cowpens, SC 

Sinclair, Christopher Moore, SC 

Sinclair, David Clemson, SC 

Sinclair, David G Aiken, SC 

Sinclair. Robert D Albany, GA 



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Siner. Mark Clemson, SC 

Singel, Andrea Dunwoody, GA 
Singleton. Alex ... .Summerville, SC 
Singleton, Courtney Sumter, SC 

Singleton, Stacey Denise Pinewood, SC 

Sioan, Michael Woodruff, SC 

Skipper, Joey Marion, SC 

Skipper, Susan Dean Six Mile, SC 

Skov, Henrik Copenhagen, Denmark 

Skiiwysz, Christina G ■ . . . Surfside, SC 

Slattery, Beth Ormond Beach, FL 

Slawson, Scott Alan Knoxville, TN 

Slesinger, Sheri Elise Xenia, OH 

Sloan. Brian Woodruff, SC 

Sloan, William Islip Terrace. NY 

Small, Mary Margaret Kershaw, SC 

Smalls, Tomiko Tarnise McCormick, SC 

Smarra, Aric Sumter, SC 



.Smietana. Tricia 
Smith, Alan Warren 
Smith, Amy F. 
Smith. Andrea 
Smith, Carole M. 
Smith, Chip 



Smith, Christine Ann 
Smith, Corinne 
Smith, Courtney 
Smith, Dana Delaine 
Smith, Dana M. 
.Smith, Daniel M. .Jr. 



Doylestown, PA 

Easley, SC 

Richmond, VA 

Mauldin, SC 

Easley, SC 

, Columbia, SC 



Belleville, IL 

Cheraw, SC 

Spartanburg, SC 

Andrews, SC 

North Augusta, SC 

North Augusta, SC 



Smith, David G Rock Hill, SC 

Smith, Dawn Travelers Rest, SC 

Smith, Elizabeth Columbia, SC 

Smith, Frances G. Camden, SC 

Smith, .Jodia Williston, SC 

Smith, John S., Ill Pendleton, SC 

Smith, Jon D Travelers Rest, SC 

Smith, Kelly Spartanburg, SC 

Smith, Kimberly Shawn Taylors, SC 

Smith, Kris Columbia, SC 

Smith, Laura Lynn Clemson, SC 

Smith, Lauren Susann Columbia, MD 

Smith, Lee Burke, VA 

Smith, Lisa Lee Anderson, SC 

Smith, Matt Bamberg, SC 

Smith, Melissa K. , , Seneca, SC 

Smith, Michelle Leesville, SC 

Smith, Nathan B Easley, SC 

Smith, Russell Langhorne, PA 

Smith, Scott R Reston, VA 

Smith, Shannon Simpsonville, SC 

Smith, Shannon D Lyman, SC 

Smith, Sherry P Tallahassee, FL 

Smith, Sheryl Annette Walhalla, SC 




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Smith, Tammy 


, , Anderson, SC 


Smith, Tina . 


Myrtle Beach, SC 


Smith, Tonya Lynette 


Spartanburg, SC 


Smuak. Elizabeth Michel 


Johns Island, SC 


Smyth. Jennifer 


Duluth, GA 


Snead, Morgan 


Charlotte. NC 


Sneed, Sherri Lynne 


N. Charleston, SC 


Snell, Virginia Page 


Greensboro, NC 


Snipes, Sean 


Columbia, SC 


Snipes, Susan 


Columbia, SC 


Snoots, Tim R 


: Rockville, MD 


.Snyder, Barbara Ann 


Rock Hill, SC 


Soderlund, Todd VV 


Moore, SC 


Soggs, John B. 


New Hartford, NY 


Sohm, Dana 


Holly HiU, SC 


Sol. Sibel 


Clemson, SC 


Solesbee. Lynn 


Duncan, SC 


Solie. Timothy Allan 


Winter Park, FL 


Sommer. Greg 


Pendleton. SC 


Soni, Archana 


Greenwood, SC 


Sonner, Timothy Berlin 


Rockville, MD 


Sorrell, Guy 


Gilbert, SC 


Sorreils, Timothy H. 


Easley, SC 


Snuffrant. Sally 


Muncie, IN 


South, Doug 


Cayce, SC 


Southerland, Greg 


Greer, SC 


.Spain. Nicole 


Columbia, SC 


Spayd, Tracy 


Rochester, NY 


Spearman. Marie 


Easley, SC 


.Speicher, Russell J 


Madison, NJ 


Spells, Jeffrey Allen 


Cordova. SC 


Spies, Bernd Friedrich ... 


Massapequa, NY 


Spies, Mark Kuno 


Long Valley. NJ 


Spiker, Brian D. 


Aiken, SC 


Sposato. Lisa 


Huntington Sta„ NY 


Sprat ley, Tonya M. 


Augusta, GA 


Springer, Angelique 


Stevensville, MD 


St. George, Anne 


Portmouth, VA 


Stafford, Suanne Lynn 


Mequon, WI 


Standing, Michael 


Va. Beach, VA 


Stanton, Doug 


Bennettsville, SC 


Stark, Beth 


Boca Raton, FL 


Steagall, Todd 


Columbia, SC 


.Steele, Margaret L. 


Beaufort, SC 


Stefanik. Maureen Annette 


Holmdel, NJ 


Stegall. Mary 


Pendleton, SC 


Stein, Billy 


Anderson, SC 


Stein, Sally 


Anderson, SC 


.Steinberg, David Brian 


Greer, SC 


Stephan, Gregory Wayne . . 


Johnsonville, SC 


Stephan, Laura K 


. Cedar Rapids, lA 


Stephens, Sonya B 


Columbia, SC 


Stephens, Susan M 


Marietta. GA 


Stevens, Jim . 


Easley. SC 


UNDERCLASSMEN X. 475 



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Stevens, Laurel Renee Merritl Island, FL 

Stevenson, Ann Greenwood, SC 

Stevenson, Caroline Greenwood, SC 

Stevenson, Christian M Camden, SC 

Stevenson, James L. II Fort Mill, SC 

Stevenson, Pamela Plantation, FL 

Stewart, Jacqueline Y Easley, SC 

Stewart, Jan E Sunset, SC 

Stewart, Jennifer Lynn Wilmington, DE 

Stewart, Jodi Huntersville, NC 

Stewart, Kimberly A Dunwoody, GA 

Stewart, Sonya Anderson, SC 

Still, James Berry Chapin, SC 

Stilwell, Heather B Alexandria, VA 

Stipp. Noel Greenville, SC 

Stitt, Kate Conway, SC 

Stockdell, Ruthie Chapin, SC 

Stoddard, David Raleigh, NC 

Stokes, Lynda Huntsville, AL 

Stone, Hugh Chester, SC 

Stone, Michael Batesburg, SC 

Stone, Robert Hamilton Winston-Salem, NC 

Stone, Sarah K Anderson, SC 

Stoner, Greg Robert Roebuck, SC 



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Stork, Katherine S 


Columbia. SC 


Stover, Elizabeth 


Greenville, SC 


Stover, Mollv 


Greenville, SC 


Strain, Tonia 


Gaffney, SC 


Straiter, Michelle 


Irmo, SC 


Strasburger, Heather - - . 


Washington, DC 


Stratton, Darci 


. . Port Washington, NY 


Strickland, Jonathan W. . , 


Anderson, SC 


Strickland, Kenneth 


Charleston. SC 


Stroerker, Mark A. - 


Pittsburgh, PA 


Strong, Paul 


, Ormond, FL 


Stuart. Ellen 


Columbia, SC 


Stuckev, Gerald Lee Jr. 


Moncks Corner. SC 


Stuckev, Valerie E 


Sumter. SC 




Cranford, NJ 


Sturkev, David C 


Ballentine, SC 


Sturkie, Charles Brian 


Mauldin, SC 


Styles. Michael L. 


Fountain Inn, SC 


Styles, Stephanie T. 


Travelers Rest, SC 


Suber, Carol 


Clemson, SC 


Suber. Elizabeth Anne . . 


Clemson, SC 



Svidduth, Bryan A Landrum, SC 

Sullivan, Brian Kenneth Rock Hill. SC 

Sullivan. J. Michael Lexington. KY 

Sullivan. Pete Venice, FL 

Sulzen, Christina Barnwell, SC 

.Sulzen, Debbie Barnwell, SC 

Summer, Deena Chapin. SC 

Summers. Boyd Krwin Columbia. SC 

.Summers. Derrick Tyrone Orangeburg. SC 



Summers, Elizabeth Cameron, SC 

Summers, Kimberly Anchorage, AK 

Summey, Ray Spartanburg, SC 

Sumner, Susan Fairfax Station. VA 

Sutherland. Terri Lane Abbeville, SC 

Sutherland, Timothy Taylor Anderson, SC 

Swaney, Russell Pendleton, SC 

Swanson, Dawn K Blairstown, NJ 

Swartz, Julie Dayton, OH 

Sweeney, Dan Raymond Arnold, MD 

Sweet, Nettie H. Charlotte, NC 

Swygert, Richard W. Chapin, SC 

Swygert, Steve West Columbia, SC 

Sywy, Steve Newark, DE 

Tacca, Jeffrey A. Clemson, SC 

Tackett, Cyndi Kingsport, TN 

Talmadge, Rebekah Anderson, SC 

Tambini, Jacqueline Easley, SC 

Tanner, Cynthia Denise Greenville, SC 

Tanner, Tabatha Hemingway, SC 

Tassos, John B Winter Park, FL 

Tate, Lisa Spartanburg, SC 

Taylor, Angela Suzanne Greer, SC 

Taylor, April P Lugoff, SC 



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Taylor, Belinda 


West Columbia, SC 




Tavlor, Deanna Marie 


Spartanburg, SC 




Tavlor, Debra Lynn 


Kingsport, TN 




Tavlor, Geni 


Sumter. SC 




Tavior, James C 


Anderson, SC 




Tavlor, Jill Ann ... 


Kingsport, TN 




Tavlor, John Gordon 


Johnson Citv, TN 




Tavlor, John Thomas 


Anderson, SC 




Tavlor, Kasev 


Boca Raton, FL 




Tavlor, Kevin 


Inman, SC 




Taylor, Kimberlv F. 


Fort Mill, SC 




Taylor, Mark 


Lexington, KY 




Taylor, Marsha L 


Lindlev. NY 




Tavlor, Mia 


Anderson, SC 




Tavlor, Michael A. . 


Dalzell, SC 




Tavlor, Stephanie 


Easlev, SC 




Teague. Paul D 


Georgetown, SC 




Teal, Bill 






Tedrow, David 


Clifton Park, NY 




Templeton, Craig L. 


Prairie Village, KS 




Tennis, Paul D. 


Summerville, SC 




Terrv, Brent 


Belvedere, .SC 




Terrv, Elisabeth N. 


Greenville, SC 




Terry, Melissa 


Kershaw, SC 





Terry, Susan F. Greenville, SC 

Tessener, Stephen M. Kingsville, MD 

Textor, Jennifer Lynn Oak Ridge, TN 

Terrell, Melissa Bishopville, SC 

Thames, Kristy L. Fort Mill, SC 

Theos, Chrissy Charleston, SC 

Thigpen, Michelle St. Marys, GA 

Thigpen, Steven L St. Marys, GA 

Thigpen, Steven R Andrews, SC 

Thimme, Frederick Hohokus, NJ 

Thoams, Rosemary Farimont, WV 

Thomas, Andrew B. Charleston, SC 

Thomas, Brad Fountain Inn, SC 

Thomas, Chere Ann Ehrhardt, SC 

Thomas, Chris Fairfax, SC 

Thomas, Daryle Spartanburg, SC 

Thomas, Douglas J Laurens, SC 

Thomas, Jennifer Chapin, SC 

Thomas. Kevin Jupiter, FL 

Thomas, Robbie Tega Cay, SC 

Thomas, Stacey Springfield, VA 

Thomas, Tim Greenville, SC 

Thomason, Shannon Greenville, SC 

Thompkins, Alan Florence, SC 

Thompson, Carl, Jr Central, SC 

Thompson, Cheryl M Timonium, MD 

Thompson, Gregory K. Anderson, SC 

Thompson, Henry E. Lexington, SC 

Thompson, Katherine Greenwood, SC 

Thompson, Rodney Summerville, SC 




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Thompson, Stacey L. 


Spartanburg, SC 


Thompson. Tonva 


Sumter, SC 


Thompson. Trey 


North Augusta, SC 


Thonen, Kimberlv D. 


Sumter, SC 


Thornton. Frederick W. 


Spartanburg, SC 


Thornton. Lynn Marie 


VVeslwood, MA 


Thornton. Richard Jr 


... St. Matthews, SC 


Thrasher. Dawn 


Anderson, SC 


Thrasher. Thomas Barry Jr. 


Pickens, SC 


Thurston. Ellen 


Charleston, WV 


Tillman, Travis Wavne 


Charleston, SC 


Tillotson, Todd Stephen 


Summerville, SC 


Timm, Roy 


ji 
Summerville, SC 


Timmerman, Julie Ann. . . , 


Ninety Six, SC 


Timmerman. Stephanie 


Edgefield, SC 


Tippett. .Sandy 


Bethesda, MD 


Tisdale, Sam 


Columbia, SC 


To. Chi 


Piedmont, SC 


Tohin. Mary .Jane Merritt 


Charlotte, NC 


Todd. Alan William 


Burlington, NC 


Todd. Carrie E. 


Walhalla, SC 


Todd. D Keith 


Raleigh, NC 


Todd. George S. 


Lake Juna Luska, NC 


Todd. Jennifer 


Greenville, SC 


Todd. Nancy C 


Walhalla, SC 


Todd. Stacey M 


Loris, SC 


Todd. Stanley E 


Clemson, SC 


Tollison. -lef Trey Scott 


Laurens, SC 


Tolliver. Patti L 


Greenville, SC 


Tolson, C.relchen A 


Hartsville, SC 


Tompkins. Rhett E. 


Dillon. SC 


Tonkin. Chip 


Knoxville. TN 


Topley. Tammy Sue 


Columbia, SC 


Torbeck Scott R 


Baltimore, MD 


Torti. Christopher John 


Brookeville, MD 


Townley. Anne 


Lilburn, (lA 



Townsend, Kathryn Clemson, SC 

Townsend, James Clemson, SC 

Townsend. Michael Lancaster. SC 
Townsend. Michael Westport, CT 
Trammell, Jennifer Springfield, VA 
Trask, Christine Sumter, SC 

Traumann, Thomas F Wilmington, DE 

Treherne. Laura C Anderson, SC 

Trethewey. Kristie Va Beach, VA 

Tribbetl, Heidi Greenville, SC 

Tripp, Tracy Lee Rockville, MD 

Tritschler, Lara A Pompton Plains, NJ 

Trogdon, William S. Dunwoody, GA 

Trotter, Russell Saluda, SC 

Troxell, Roy Hinson Inman, SC 

Troy, Kimberly Clemson, SC 

Truesdale, Leigh Ann North Augusta, SC 

Truluck. Charles E. Jr. Charleston, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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tryal 



Tryal, Jennifer , 


Stafford, VA 


Tuck. Katherine 


Greenville, SC 


Tuck, Ronda S. . 


Myrtle Beach, SC 


Tucker, Freddie . , 


Johnson City, TN 


Tucker, Joseph A 


Hanahan, SC 


Tucker, Kimberly Marie 


, Jacksonville, FL 


Tucker, Larry E. Jr 


Elgin, SC 


Tudor, Bill 


North Augusta, SC 
Spartanburg, SC 


Turner, Anthony Todd - . 


Turner, Cassandra R. . 


Pickens, SC 


Turner. Jesse G. Jr. 


Columbia, SC 


Turner, Margaret 


Mt. Pleasant, SC 


Turner, Myers 


Inman, SC 


Turner. Mvra Maria . 


Inman, SC 


Turner, Timothy Lee 


Ladson, SC 


Turner. Todd H. 


West Columbia. SC 


Turner, Weslev 


Mvrtle Beach. SC 


Tuten, Rodney 


Hampton. SC 



Tuttle, Mark 
Tutton, Daryl 
Tyler, Brian C. 
Tyma, Mark 
Uldrick, Laurie Lynetle 
Ulmer, Angeline Maria . 



Mt. Pleasant, SC 

Newton Square, PA 

Columbia, SC 

Lake Wylie, SC 

Abbeville, SC 

North, SC 



Ulmer, Gerald R. Ill 
Underwood, Charlotte 
Uptegrove, Ellen Kay 
Urso, Susan 
Usher, Mary 
Utley, John A, 



Varnville, SC 

Orangeburg, SC 

Hanahan, SC 

Columbia, SC 

Tallahassee, FL 

Taylors, SC 



Vaccaro, Timothy Marietta, GA 

Vanburen. Renee D Palm Bay, FL 

Vance, Todd Aiken, SC 

Vandel, Nicole Michelle Springfield. VA 

Vanderlee, Rosemarie Maitland, FL 

Vane, Andrew New Providence, NJ 

Vanek, William Seneca, SC 

Vanness, Stephanie Charleston, SC 

Vargo, Shelby Gable Easley, SC 

Vassey, Jeffrey T Columbia, SC 

Vassy, David Eric Gaffney, SC 

Vaught, Andrea Louisville, KY 

Vayhinger, Cary Charles Madison, IN 

Velte, Henry Charleston, SC 

Ventura, Patricia Gainesville, FL 

Vereen, Edward Clemson, SC 

Vermillion, Chris Jacksonville, FL 

Vick, Pam Myrtle Beach. SC 

Vickery. Jeffrey D Seneca, SC 

Vickery. William Daniel Columbia, SC 

Villanueva, Dorothy Ladson, SC 

Vincent, Stephanie L Gaffney, SC 

Vonrecum, Uta Marie Six Mile, SC 

Vonrecum, Vera Six Mile, SC 



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Voss. Marti T. 


Midlothian, VA 


Vucish, Paul Clinton 
Wade, Virginia 


Aiken, SC 


Greensboro. NC 


Wager, Daniel 


Marietta, GA 


Wagner, Karin Lyn 


. . South Salem, NY 


Wagner, Michelle 


Venice, FL 


Wais, Karen Renee 


Mauldin, SC 


Walden, Leslie Watson 


Seneca, SC 


Waldfogel, Brent D. 


Mesa, AZ 


Waldrep, Lisa 


Westminster, SC 


Waldrop, James Daniel 


Greenville, SC 


Walker. Angle 


Lexington, SC 


Walker, Barbara 


Greenville. SC 


Walker, Brent Jackson 


Dunwoodv. GA 


Walker, Earl 


Campobello. SC 


Walker, John L. 


Pelzer, SC 


Walker, Keith 


Spartanburg. SC 


Walker. Tammy 


North Augusta. SC 


Walker, William Todd 


Florence, SC 


Walkup, Julia 


Tucson, AZ 


Wall. Joseph 


Dunwoody, GA 


Wallace, Bart 


Clemson, SC 


Wallace, Dave 


Richboro, PA 


Wallace, James C 


Mauldin, SC 


Wallen, Stephanie 


Oakton. VA 


Wjillinger, Scott K. Jr. 


Summerville, SC 


Walpole. Brvan Legare III 


. - . Johns Island, SC 


Walpole. Callie 


. - - -Johns Island, SC 


Walsh. Kara 


. . Davidsonville, MD 


Walters. Kristi Michele 


Anderson, SC 


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Wallers. Shawn ... St. Stephen. SC 

Wannamaker. Jamie Saluda. SC 

Ward, Allen Basil . Kingstree. SC 

Ward. Leslie Ann Saluda, SC 

Ward. Scott Spartanburg, SC 

Wardlaw. Foster Bradley Clemson, SC 



Ware, David S. 


Atlanta. GA 


Warfford, Michelle .J. 


Greensboro, NC 


Warner. Amv Beth 


Bernardsville, NJ 


Warren. Amv 


Parris Island, SC 


Warren. Jolanda 


Seneca, SC 


Washington. Katrina D. - - - 


Ravenel, SC 


Wasson, William Nash .... 


Greenville, SC 


Waters, Sean 


Calhoun Falls, SC 


Watford, Kevin B. 


Lamar, SC 


Watford, Matthew 


Lamar, SC 


Watkins, Carla Marie 


Clemson, SC 


Watson, Beth 


Columbia, SC 


Watson, Hunter M. 


Louisville, GA 


Watson, Jeffrey 


Wilmington, DE 


Watt, Susan 


Sumter, SC 


Walters. Meg 


Sparta, NJ 


Watts. Leo J 


Aiken, .SC 


Way. Richard Frank 

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, Holly Hill, SC 



Waynick, Kelliegh Sumter, SC 

Wear, Doug Clemson, SC 

Webber, Dehorah Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

Weber, Alene North Augusta, SC 

Weber, Mark Chatham, IL 

Weber, Virginia Walhalla, SC 

Webster, Kevin St. Matthews, SC 

Webster, Larry J., Jr Clemson, SC 

Weeks, Charles Robert Central, SC 

Weeks. Douglas Wayne Cenlreville. VA 

Weeks, Shannon F Barnwell, SC 

Weems. Leslie L Maryville. TN 

Weesner. Laura Columbia, SC 

Weidenhamer, Matthew Knoxville, TN 

Weil, Julie Isle Of Palms, SC 

Weinberger, David Louis Monsey, NY 

Weinheimer, Lisa Charleston, SC 
Weiss, Susan Farragot, TN 

Weitz, Jon Charleston, SC 

Welch, Bryan Christopher Columbia, SC 

Welch, Burt Clemson, SC 

Welch, Theresa L Suffern, NY 

Welsh. Kimherly Erin Burke. VA 

Werntz, Caroline R Walterboro. SC 

Werts. Laura Ninety Six, SC 

Wertz. George Ronald Irmo, SC 

Wescott. Christina Winter Springs, FL 

Wessinger, Robert D Middletown, NJ 

West. Elizabeth Starlene Bowman, SC 

West, Ernest Matthew Kershaw, SC 



482 



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West. -Julie Lvnn 


Greenwood. SC 


West. Katherine 


. Greenville. SC 


West, Maria E. 


Chapin. SC 


West. Robert Winfred . . 


Belvedere, SC 


Westberrv, Dannv 


Dillon, SC 


Western, Brian P 


Rushville, NY 


Westmoreland, James . . , 


Isle Of Palms, SC 


Westmoreland, Jav D. 


Shelby, NC 


Weston, Gene K. . 


Sumter. SC 


Whalev. Susan 


Greenwood, SC 


Whalev. Teresa 


Taylors, SC 


Whalev, Wells F 


. West Columbia, SC 


Wheeler. Valerie E 


Wyckoff, NJ 


Whelchel, Mark C 


Liberty. SC 


Whisenant, Shannon 


Fort Mill, SC 


V\'hitaker, David 


Inman, SC 


White, Amv Elizabeth 


Anderson, SC 


White, Angela M. 


Fernandina Beach, FL 


White. Cindy 


Greenwood, SC 


White. .Jonathan C, 


Millington, NJ 


White. Karen Marie 


Piedmont, SC 


White. Kellv .... 


Cheraw, SC 


\V hite. Kevin .... 


Hilton Head, SC 


White. Meg 


Greenville, SC 


Whitesides. Anna 


Newberrv, SC 


Whitfield. David 


Anderson, SC 


Whitmire. .Amv 


Greenwood, SC 


Whitt. i:)arvl J. 


Beaver, PA 


Whitt. Jody 


Spartanburg, SC 


Whorton. David 


Spartanburg, SC 


Wich. Fred 


Indianapolis, IN 


Wichmann. Keith 


Charleston, .SC 


Wicker. Nancv 


Pomaria, SC 


Wiggers. .Jason R. 


Eden, NC 


Wifjgins, Ciarynne L. 


Lagrange, GA 


Wike. Elaine 


Easley, SC 


Wilbanks. Kelli Lvnee. . . 


Taylors, SC 


Wilher. Timothy L 




Wilder. Erika 


Columbia, SC 


Wiles. Tommy 


Easley, SC 


Wilhelm. Sue 


Morgantown, WV 


Wilkerson. Robert P. .Ir. 


Blacksburg, SC 


Wilkes. Rodney Adrian . 


Winnsboro, SC 


Wilkie, Alan 


Anderson, SC 


Wilkins, riiff 


Randolph, NJ 


Wilkins, Melissa 


Cayce, SC 


Wilkins, Melissa Joyce . . 


Cowpens, SC 


Wilkinson, Kenny 


Clinton, SC 


Wilkinson, Robert A 


Burton, SC 


Williams, Albert W. Jr. . . 


Walterboro, SC 


Williams. Andrea 


Greenville, SC 


Williams. Byron 


Gresham, SC 


Williams. Darlene 


W^ilmington, NC 


Williams, Darrell L. 


Marion, SC 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



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Williams, Donna Lynn Brittons Neck. SC 

Williams, Drew Oklahoma City, OK 

Williams, Elizabeth Rock Hill, SC 

Williams, Glen Montvale, NJ 

Williams, Jay . Fairfax. VA 

Williams, John George Goose Creek, SC 

Williams, Jonathan H Jacksonville, FL 

Williams, Kristina L Spartanburg, SC 

Williams, Lisa D. ,. Anderson, SC 

Williams, Melonie T. Sumter, SC 

Williams, Missy Columbia. SC 

Williams. Phillip Spartanburg. SC 



Williams, Rusty Inman. SC 

Williams. Tim F. Campobello. SC 

Williams. Tyron Gresham. .SC 

Williams. William R. IV Travelers Rest. SC 

Williams. Kristin Columbia. SC 

Williamson. Edye Clemson, SC 

Williamson. Glen L Vidalia. GA 

Williamson. Jill York. SC 

Williamsoit-. Karen Florence, SC 

Williamson. Michael Belvedere. SC 

Willias. Tonia L. Effingham, SC 
Williford. Lisa Anderson. SC 



Willimon. Chip . 
Willimon, Lisa G. . 
Willimon. Patricia Angela 
Willing. Ron 

Willingham. Angela Carole 
Willingham, Thomas C. 



. Simpsonville. SC 
Lagrange. GA 
Lagrange, GA 
Columbia. SC 

Johnson City. TN 
, Charlotte, NC 



Willis, Edward L.. Jr. Cottageville, SC 

Willis. William Clemson. SC 

Wills, Lee Greenville. SC 

Willson. Christina Liberty. SC 

Wilson. Amy L. .Seaford. DE 

Wilson, Barry A., Jr Branchville, SC 

Wilson, Bradley N Atlantic Beach, FL 

Wilson. Brett Downingtown, PA 

Wilson, Charles Howe North Augusta, SC 

Wilson, Christopher Paul Greenville, SC 

Wilson, David F. Columbia, SC 

Wilson, Dawn Isle Of Palms, SC 

Wilson, Harry Eugene III Barnwell, SC 

Wilson, Holley Anderson Easley, SC 

Wilson, Joanne Marcelle Anderson, SC 

Wilson, Leigh Ann Greenwood, SC 

Wilson, Margaret A. York, SC 

Wilson. Michael D Salem, VA 

Wilson, Patrick C Laurens, SC 

Wilson, Rand Reidsville, NC 

Wilson, Scarlett Anne Hemingway, SC 

Wilson, Tricia Sandy, UT 

Wilson, William W Greenwood, SC 

Wilson, Matthew Christopher Metairie, LA 




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Wines, D. Chris Front Royal, VA 

Winkopp, Elizabeth F. Middletown Springs, VT 
Winn. Bonnie Jean Pensacola, FL 

Winn. Jennifer Greensboro, NC 

Winn, Robert S Abbeville, SC 

Winsness, David James Schenectady, NY 



Wise. Donald R. Jr. Columbia, SC 

Witt, Christopher Todd Greenville, SC 

Wolf, Lynda L Columbia, SC 

Wolfe, David Earle Charlotte, NC 

Wolfe, Robert R. Spartanburg, SC 

Wolff, Lisa , Charleston, SC 



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VVolla, Katherine Duluth, GA 

VVollenhaupt. Glen M Lawrenceville, GA 

Wood, Danny Greenville, SC 

Wood, Deborah C, Miami, FL 

Wood, Elizabeth F. Winchester, VA 

Wood, James W. Lexington, SC 



Wood, Jim 

Wood, Kerry K. 
Woodall, Jeff 
Woodard, Christine M. 
Woodcock, Jarrald 
Woodham. Gina 



Greenwood, SC 

Inman, SC 

Donalds, SC 

Charleston, SC 

Gaffney, SC 

Easley, SC 



Woods, Cindy 
Wottds, Darren B. 
Woods, Steven - 
Woolbright, Tammy A. 
Worth, Mary E. 
Wrenn, Preston 



Wright, Adrian 

Wright, Susan Carole 
Wunschei, David S. 
Wyatt, Charles Daniel 
Wyatt, Julie Woodlief 
Wyeth, Laura Michelle 



Beaufort, SC 

Honea Path, SC 

Ft. Inn, SC 

Inman. SC 

Southern Pines, NC 

Ballentine, SC 



Eutawville, SC 
Marburv, MD 
Carroll, 10 
Greenville, SC 
Greenville, SC 
Surfside Beach, SC 



Xenakis, Maria Asheville, NC 

Yaggie, Rob Spartanburg, SC 

Vanity, Robert M. Palmdale, CA 

Yarborough, Ruthie Aiken, SC 

Yates, Benita D Liberty, SC 

Yates, Karen Liberty, SC 

Yeargin, Tammy Taylors, SC 

Yinchip, Joel K Columbia, SC 

Yike, Stacy L Lagrange, GA 

Yoder, Michael E Taylors, SC 

Yon, Carol Lynn Anderson, SC 

Yon, Robert West Anderson, SC 

Yonce, Greggory N Moncks Corner, SC 

Yonce, John P. Jr Johnston, SC 

Yook, Karen Oak Ridge, TN 

York, Dan Columbia, SC 

York, James Samuel Columbia, SC 

Young, Kimberly Atlanta, GA 

Young, Scott W Walterboro, SC 

Young, Sherri A Easley, SC 

Young, Tracey L. Redstone Arsenal, AL 

Youngblood, Charles Kevin Columbia, SC 

Yount, Scott Alan Rochester, NY 

Yourkievitz, Curt Clemson, SC 

Yow, Elizabeth Ann Dunwoody, GA 

Zacapa, Suzette Honduras, CA 

Zachary, Marc Spartanburg, SC 

Zeigler, Kimberly St. Matthews, SC 

Zofchak, Jenica Greer, SC 

Zorn, Elizabeth A Bamberg, SC 




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ABDOU, JEFF 
Columbia, SC 
Kk'ctrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Student Senate; 
Traffic and Parking 
Committee; Residence 
Hall Council; Calhoun 
College; Honors Coun- 
cil. 

ABERCROMBIE, 
LYNETTE 
Irmo, SC 
Zoology, BS 
Pre-Vet Club, Presi- 
dent; Horticulture Club; 
Intramural Sports. 

ABLE, LYNDA 
ELIZABETH 
Saluda, SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Gamma Rho 
Rhomates, President, 
Treasurer, Social Chair- 
man; Alpha Chi Omega; 
Resident Assistant; Al- 
pha Gamma Rho Greek 
Goddess. 

ADAIR III, JOHN. L 
Cross Hill, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Dixie Skydivers; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers. 

ADAMS, DENISE 
Charleston, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Society of Wom- 
en Engineers; Computer 
Society; Delta Gamma. 

ADCOX, KELLY 
Orangeburg, SC 
Economics, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Philanthropy 
Chairman. 

ALBERTI, RICHARD 
JOHN 
Atlanta, GA 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Rugby 
Club. 

ALBERTSON, MELISSA 
Easley, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club; Col- 
lege Republicans; Cal- 
houn Courts Dorm 
Council. 
ALBERTSON, ROBBIE 
HAROLD 
Easley, SC 

Computer Information 
Systems, BS 



Data Processing Man- 
agement Association. 

ALBRITTON, JILL 
DELANE 
Sulphur, LA 
Biological Science, BS 

ALEXANDER, 
ANGELA S. 
Anderson, SC 
Marketing, BS 
American Marketing 
Association. 

ALEXANDER, MAMYE 
CECILE 
Seneca, SC 
Spanish, BA 
Tiger Band, Sargent 
Major; Symphonic 
Band, Secretary/Trea- 
surer; Spanish Club; 
Angel Flight, Adminis- 
trative Officer. 

ALEXANDER, 
ROBERT W. 
Columbia, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Computer Soci- 
ety; Dorm Council; 
Hapkido Club, Treasur- 
er; Elections Board. 

ALEXANDER, 
XAVIER L. 
Olanta, SC 

Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

American Marketing 
Association; Society of 
Black Engineers; Insti- 
tute of Electrical Engi- 
neers; Lever Dorm 
Council, Vice President; 
Arnold Air Society; Air 
Force Reserve Officers 
Training Corps. 

ALFORD, GARY N. 
Georgetown, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Varsity Base- 
ball; Club Football; For- 
estry Club; Intramural 
Sports. 

ALLEN, MARY 
ELIZABETH 
Bennettsville, SC 
Spanish, BA 
Spanish Club, Vice 
President, President; 
Outstanding American 
College Students Nomi- 
nee; Strom Thurmond 
College Intern. 

ALVAREZ, ALLISON 
JEAN 

Rock Hill, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
American Marketing 
Association; Finance 
Club; Delta Delta Delta; 
Rally Cats; Kappa Al- 



pha Little Sister; Alpha 
Tau Omega Calendar 
Girl. 

AMMEN, RICHARD M. 
Inman, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Golden Key; NCNB 
Scholarship; Account- 
ing Club; Finance Club; 
International Business 
Club; Central Dance 
and Concert Commit- 
tee; Intramural Sports; 
Resident Hall Council. 

AMSTUTZ, JAMES D. 
Chattanooga, TN 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sig- 
ma; Mortar Board; In- 
tervarsity Christian 
Fellowship, President; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Cal- 
houn College; Golden 
Key. 

AMYX, DESIREE 
Greenwood, SC 
Science Teaching-Biol- 
ogy, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Vice 
President; Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes; 
Clemson Players; 
Brunswick Yarns The- 
atre Excellence Award; 
Council for Exceptional 
Children; Sailing Club 

ANDERSON, 
CHRISTOPHER T. 
Greenwood, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Wild 
Child Softball Cham- 
pions. 

ANDERSON, DAVID 
Accounting, BS 

ANDERSON, TONYA 
LEIGH 
Seneca, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Reformed University 
Fellowship; TAPS, 
Designer. 

ANDREWS, CHRISTO- 
PHER CHARLES 
Seneca, SC 

Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Baptist Student Union; 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; Association for 
Computing Machinery; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon. 

ANEJA, SANJAY 
Clemson, SC 
History, BA 
Spanish Club, Secre- 
tary/Treasurer; India 



Club; India Club Coun- 
cil. 
ANKERS, SCOTT 
Waldorf, MD 
Management, BS 
Weightlifting Club; 
Data Processing Man- 
agement Association. 

ANTHONY JR, 
JAMES D. 
Piedmont, SC 
Management, BS 
Lamda Phi, Vice Presi- 
dent; THINKS he's a 
TAPS Photographer; 

ANTONECCHIA, 
SARA E. 
Katonah, NY 
English, BA 
English Club. 

ARIAS, RON 

New Providence, NJ 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Beta Theta Pi, Treasur- 
er; Finance Club; Rugby 
Club. 

ARISMAN, PHILLIP 
Glens Falls, NY 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Student Govern- 
ment; Co-operative 
Education. 

ARRINGTON, ADAM 
Tampa, FL. 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Varsity Swimming; Phi 
Delta Theta; Co-opera- 
tive Education. 

ASPERHEIM, ERIC J. 
Elm Grove, WI 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Toastmaster's Interna- 
tional, President; Sigma 
Nu; Tau Beta Pi, Initia- 
tion Chairman; Cal- 
houn College. 

ASSELIN, FRANCOIS 
Quebec, Canada 
Textile Management, 
BS 

American Association 
for Textile Technology; 
Calhoun Courts Dorm 
Council, Director. 

ATKINSON, TRAGI D. 
Easley, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Kappa Delta, Song- 
leader, Pledge Educa- 
tor; Alpha Tau Omega 
Little Sister, Social/ 
Rush Chairman; Ameri- 
can Marketing Associa- 
tion; American Society 
for Personnel Adminis- 
tration. 

AUCOIN, RUSSELL W. 
Columbia, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 



BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Clemson Rang- 
ers; Scabbard and 
Blade; Phi Delta Theta 

AVENALL, BETH A. 
Anderson, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA. 

AVON, THERESA 
LYNN 
Grafton, OH 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Varsity Indoor/Outdoor 
Track and Cross Coun- 
try; Block C Club. 



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BAGWELL, BRYANT 
Dahlonega, GA 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 
Sigma Chi. 

BAILES, ROSEMARY C. 
Sumter, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
Intramural Sports. 

BAILEY, CHERRI 
ANNETTE 
Virginia Beach, VA 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Constructor's Guild; 
Resident Assistant; 
Resident Hall Associa- 
tion. 

BAILEY II, DAVID 
HALE 

Cowpens, SC 
Mathematics, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta. 

BAKER, DONALD L. 
Columbia, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Society of American 
Foresters, Chairman; Xi 
Sigma Pi, President; 
Forestry Club; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Intramural 
Sports, Football, 
Softball. 

BAKER, KIMBERLY S. 
Charlotte, NC 
Management, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Secretary, Registrar; 
Beta Theta Pi Little 
Sister, Secretary; Ac- 
counting Club; Water 
Ski Club, Secretary. 

BALLARD, ELIZABETH 
ANNE 
Sumter, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Delta Delta Delta, Pan- 
hellenic Delegate; Gold- 



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en Key 

BALLINGER, JOHN 
Clemson, SC 
Industrial Education, 
BS 

Reformed University 
Fellowship; Football 
Manager; Resident As- 
sistant. 

BALSA, MARC 
Spartanburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Intramural Sports, Soc- 
cer, Softball; Dorm 
Council. 

BAMBERT, BONNIE 
Summerville, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Pi Tau Sigma; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers, Secre- 
tary; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Resident 
Assistant; Aerobics In- 
structor; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Phi Eta Sigma: 
Catholic Student 
Association. 

BANKS, SUSAN 
ELIZABETH 
Miami, FL 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega; Finance 
Club. 

BARCUS, 
ELIZABETH D. 
Winterpark, FL 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Delta Gamma, Treasur- 
er; Sailing Team; Sail- 
ing Club; American So- 
ciety for Personnel 
Administration, Vice 
President; Society for 
the Advancement of 
Management, Secre- 
tary; Outing Club; Psy- 
chology Club. 

BARKER, ANDREW D. 
Clemson, SC 
Science Teaching-Biol- 
ogy, BA 

Student Athletic Train- 
er; Block C Club. 

BARNETTE JR., 
HAROLD 
Anderson, SC 
Management, BS 
Tiger Band; Jazz Band; 
Symphonic Band; Pep 
Band, Assistant Librari- 
an, Section Leader; 
Anne Tribble Pearce 
Scholarship 

BARRON, MARY 
VIRGINIA 
Fort Mill, SC 
Parks, Recretion, & 
Tourism Management, 
BS. 

BARTON, GRAHAM A. 



Greenville, SC 
Management, BS 

BASKIN, KRISTAN R. 
Bishopville, SC 
Management, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha 
Tau Omega Little Sis- 
ter; American Society 
for Safety Engineers; 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment. 

BASS JR., GENE 
WESLEY 
West Columbia, SC 
Electrical Engineering. 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Alpha Phi Ome- 
ga; Water Ski Club. 

BATES, ROGER 
O'NEAL 
Williston, SC 
Agricultural Mechani- 
zation and Business 
American Society of Ag- 
ricultural Engineers; 
Agricultural Mechani- 
zation Club. 

BAUMGARNER, 
KIMBERLY A. 
Walhalla, SC 
Management, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

BEACH, L. ANDREW 
Kingsport, TN 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Abney Scholar. 

BEACH, TIMOTHY L. 
Walterboro, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Insti- 
tute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 
Abney Scholar. 

BEACHLER, MARK 
DAVID 

Centerville, OH 
Zoology, BS 
Varsity Track and Cross 
Country; Block C Club; 
Zoology Club; White- 
water Club; Big Broth- 
ers Organization. 

BEASLEY, SANDRA 
GAYLE 
Bethune, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Alpha Chi Omega, 
Treasurer; Intramural 
Sports; Finance Club; 
.Student Phonathon for 
Clemson Loyalty Fund. 

BEASON, MITZI B. 
Gaffney, SC 
Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Association for Com- 
puting Machinery, 
Treasurer. 

BEATY, MACK 



Abbeville, SC 
Management, BS 
Block and Bridle Club, 
Treasurer and Vice 
President; Livestock 
Judging Team; Wall 
Street South. 

BEDENBAUGH, JAMES 
IRA 

Laurens. SC 
Finacial Management, 
BS 

Resident Hall Director; 
Resident Assistant; 
Baptist Student Union, 
President; Toastmas- 
ters. Treasurer. 

BEDENBAUGH, PAIGE 
Camden, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Golden Key; 
Phi Eta Sigma. 

BEHERY, HALA H. 
Clemson, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, B.S. 

BEIDLER, DOUG 
Brielle, NJ 
Animal Science, BS 
Beta Sigma Tau, Presi- 
dent; National Dairy 
and Egg Research New- 
berry Chapter; South 
Carolina Meat Packers' 
Association; WSBF. 

BEITER, PAM 

West Palm Beach, FL 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Delta Delta, Pres- 
ident, Marshal; Sigma 
.-Mpha Epsilon Little 
Sister, Vice President, 
Treasurer, Sweetheart; 
Blue Key, .Secretary; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Order of Omega. 

BEITZ, STEPHEN W.A. 
Greenville, SC 
Secondary Education- 
History, BA 
Weight Club; Fellow- 
ship of Christian 
Athletes. 

BELLO JR., NORMAN 
EDWARD 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Intramural Sports, Bas- 
ketball, Soccer, Soft- 
ball. 

BENDERT, MARY 
CATHERINE 
Summerville, SC 
Nursing, BS 

BENNETT, BRIAN E. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

American Production 
and Inventory Control 
Society; American Soci- 
ety of Personnel Ad- 
ministrators; Weight 



Club. 

BENNETT, CAROL A. 
Fountain Inn, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Block and Bridle Club, 
Vice Social Chairman, 
Executive Council 
Scrapbook Editor, Jun- 
ior Judging Team, So- 
cial Chairman. 

BENTLEY, LESHIA 
DENISE 
Pickens, SC 

Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

Intramual Sports; Bap- 
tist Student Union. 

BENTON. JR., 
WILLIAM L. 
Timmonsville, SC 
Secondary Education 
(History), BS 
University Chorus, Mu 
Beta Psi, The Tiger, As- 
sistant Sports Editor. 

BERRY, CARL J. 
Anderson, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Student Government, 
Chief Legal Advisor; 
Tau I'psilon Gamma; 
Golf Club, President; 
Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

BERRY, MICHEAL 
TODD 
Duncan, SC 

Parks, Recreation, & 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society. 

BERTELS, LEANNE 
Seaford, DE 
Mathematical Sciences, 
BS 

Chi Omega; Kappa Sig- 
ma Little Sister; Stu- 
dent Alumni Council; 
Smith Dorm Council. 

BETOSKI, TAMARA L. 
Irmo, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi; Finance 
Club. 

BLACK, REBECCA 
West Columbia, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Kappa Delta; Student 
Nurses Association; Lu- 
theran Student 
Movement. 

BLAKLEY, ANNETTE 
DAWN 

Travelers Rest, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Chi Omega, Rush 
Chairman, Executive 
Board; Central Spirit, 
Chairman — Pep Ral- 
lies and Balloons Com- 
mittee; Junior Staff, 
Advisor. 



BLARICOM, DONALD 
VAN 

Clemson, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Society of American 
Foresters; Symphonic 
Band; Forestry Club, 
Vice President; Xi Sig- 
ma Pi; Lehotsky Schol- 
arship; Junior Class 
Forestry Scholar. 

BOATWRIGHT, 
DANIEL BORELL 
Ridge Spring, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Club Football, Future 
Farmers of America. 

BOBENG, DONALD 
LEE 

Dunwoody, GA 
Computer Science, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Golden Key; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Baptist Student 
Union. 

BOOKLET, THOMAS 
Poquoson, VA 
Chemistry, BS 
American Chemical So- 
ciety; Rugby Club; 
Snow Ski Club. 

BODE, BROOKE 
NOELLE 
Columbia, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Microbiology Society. 

BOLCHOZ, MARY 
ANNE 

Charleston, SC 
Political Science and 
P>ench, BA 

Kappa Alpha Theta, 
President, Assistant 
Treasurer; Alpha Tau 
Omega Little Sisters, 
President, Treasurer; 
Omicron Delta Kappa, 
President; Student 
Body Treasurer; Mortar 
Board; Blue Key; Order 
of Omega; Golden Key; 
Student Traffic Review 
Board; .Student Senate; 
Calhoun (\)llege; Pi Sig- 
ma Alpha; Pi Delta Phi; 
Alpha Lambda Delta. 

BOLEN, TIMOTHY 
MACK 
Williston, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Ametrican Society of 
Civil Engineers; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

BOLT, REBECCA ANN 
Westminister, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Technical Association 
of the Graphic Arts; 
Water Ski Team and 
Club; Block and Bridle 
Club; Rodeo Club; In- 
tramural Sports; Alpha 
Gamma Rho, Rho- 
mates; Baptist Student 
Union. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY "V 491 



BONDS, RICHARD M. 
Woodruff, SC 
Engineering Analysis, 
BS. 

BOWEN, SCOTT C. 
Midlothian, VA 
Computer Science, BS 
Air Force Reserve Ofli- 
cers Training Corps, 
Commander; Arnold 
Air Society, Operations 
Officer, Deputy Com- 
mander. 

BOWERS, BETH ANN 
Charleston, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Delta Gamma; Ski Club; 
Student Phone-A- 
Thon. 

BOWMAN, ALBERT W. 
Eastchester, NY 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

BOWMAN III, 
WILLIAM L. 
Iva, SC 

Agriculture Mechaniza- 
tion and Business, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

BOYD, LAWRENCE 
MARTIN 

North Myrtle Beach, 
SC 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers; Tau Beta 
Pi. 

BRACKETT JAY 
MICHAEL 
Rock Hill, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Blue Key; 
Tiger Brotherhood; 
Mortar Board; Phi Kap- 
pa Alpha; Sigma Nu, 
President; Interfrater- 
nity Council Represen- 
tative. 

BRADSHAW, PAULA E. 
Anderson, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation; Sigma Theta Tau; 
Delta Gamma. 

BRADY, CHARLES J. 
Cuhasset, MA 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Soccer Club; Finance 
Club; Golden Key; Golf 
Club. 

BRANDT, NATHAN F. 
Columbia, SC 
Industrial Technology 
Education, BS 
Iota Lambda Iota; Films 
and Video Committee. 

BRANNING, DONNA 
JEANNE 
Batesburg, SC 
Management, BS 



Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

BRANNON, LAURA 
Gainesville, GA 
Nursing, BS 
Pi Beta Phi, Vice Presi- 
dent; Student Nurses 
Association; Sigma The- 
ta Tau. 

BREWER, HUGH 
PATRICK 
Gaffney, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

BRINLEY, JOHN D. 
Taylors, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

BRITTON, GINNY 
Salters, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Angel Flight. 

BRITTON, 
MICHELLE M. 
Salem, SC 

Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Technical Association 
of the Graphic Arts, 
President; Mortar 
Board; Golden Key; 
Peer Leader Represen- 
titive; Clemson-PICA- 
Hudson Work/Study 
Scholar; Edgar H. 
Snider Scholar. 

BROADDUS, J. SCOTT 
Columbia, MD 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; The Ti- 
ger; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes; Fi- 
nance Club; Wall Street 
South Investment Club. 

BROCK, BARRY 
PHILLIP 
Easley, SC 

Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Intramural Sports, 
Football, Softball, 
Wrestling, Basketball. 

BRODMERKEL, 
JANET K. 
Clover, SC 
Management, BS 
Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; Resident Hall 
Council; Intramural 
Sports, Softball. 

BROGDEN, 
CHRISTINE M. 
Mt. Pleasent, SC 
English, BA 
Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma 
Tau Delta. 

BROWN, DEBORAH J. 
Columbia, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, Execu- 
tive Vice President; 
Mortar Board; Alpha 
Epsilon Delta; Abney 



Scholar; Microbiology 
Faculty Award; Lucille 
B. Renner Scholarship; 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. 

BROWN, KELLY 
Miami, FL 
Marketing, BS 
Chi Omega, Pledge 
Trainer; Blue Key; Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon Little 
Sister; International 
Business CLub, Secre- 
tary; American Market- 
ing Association; Desk 
Clerk. 

BROWN, PAMELA W. 
Mauldin, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Corresponding Secre- 
tary. Vice President Fi- 
nance; Beta Alpha Psi; 
Accounting Club; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

BROWN, ROBERT 
MEYER 
Gaffney, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students. 

BROWN JR., 
SANFORD V. 
Adel, GA 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Air Force Reserve Offi- 
cer Training Corps; Ar- 
nold Air Society, Chap- 
lin; Reformed Univer- 
sity Fellowship, Music 
Leader; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes; Uni- 
versity Union Technical 
Crew. 

BROWN, SCOTT 
Camden, SC 
Management, BS 
Varsity Baseball; Block 
C Club; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes; 
Snow Ski Club; Sailing 
Club; Wilhlem Sport 
Club. 

BROWN, SUSAN N. 
Taylors, SC 

Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

Kappa Delta Pi; Golden 
Key; After Six Singers. 

BRUCKER, STEVEN 
KENT 
Augusta ,GA 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Tau Sigma Delta; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Eta 
Sigma. 

BRYAN, JACOB HARDY 
Aiken, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers, Vice Chairman; 



Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Riggs Ambassador; Wil- 
liam Gregg Scholar. 

BRYANT, GEORGE 
SCOTT 
Easley, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Pre-Vet Club; Block 
and Bridle Club, Pho- 
tographer; Dairy Sci- 
ence Club, Agricultural 
Council Representitive; 
Agricultural Council, 
Vice President; 

BRYANT, JAMES R. 
Seneca, SC 

Computer Engineering, 
BS 

BUCHMAN, 
MATTHEW DICKEY 
Hanahan, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

BUNDY, JAN 
Iva, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS. 

BURGESS, GARY 
BLAIR 
Greenvile, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega, 
Alumni Secretary; Chi 
Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi. 

BURNS, EDWARD 
GRANTLAND 
Taylors, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Student Body Presi- 
dent; Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon, Chaplain; Student 
Senate; Student Gov- 
ernment Media Rela- 
tions Directo-r; College 
Republicans, President; 
Central Spirit; Visitors 
Center Tour Guide. 

BURNS, JANIS MARIE 
Oswego, SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Golden Key; Council for 
Exceptional Children, 
President; Pi Beta Phi; 
Dorm Council, Secre- 
tary, Vice President; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

BURNS, MARY 
ANDERSON 
ShelbyviUe, TN 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi, Vice 
President — Social; Chi 
Omega; Mortar Board; 
Golden Key; Phi Gam- 
ma Nu; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Accounting Club; 
Central Spirit, Secre- 
tary. 

BURRAFATO, 
MICHAEL 
Wayne, NJ 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 
American Society of 



Mechanical Engineer- 
ing; Films and Video 
Committee. 

BURTON, AMANDA 
LEE 
Iva, SC 

Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

Kappa Delta Pi; Stu- 
dent Senate; Council for 
^Exceptional Children; 
Math Club; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union; Theta 
Kappa. 

BUSCH, CHARLES 
KEVIN 

Summerville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Clemson Rod and Gun; 
Resident Assistant; 
Residence Hall Council. 

BUSCHING, PHILIP L. 
Clemson, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Frisbee Club, Secretary. 

BUSH, KELLEY L. 
Columbia, SC 
Nursing, BS. 

BUTLER, JR., CARL 
HERBERT 
Bonneau, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Sigma Nu; Nursing Sen- 
ior Class Vice President; 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation; Delta Sigma Nu. 

BUTLER, JENNIFER 
LEIGH 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Delta Delta, Sec- 
retary; Accounting 
Club; Reformed Univer- 
sity Fellowship; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Intramural 
Sports, Tennis. 

BUZHARDT, JAMES 
MICHAEL 
Batesburg, SC 
Industrial Education, 
BA 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

BUZZELL SR., 
JONATHAN W. 
Gaithersburg, MD 
Building Science, BS 
Clemson Rangers, 1st 
Sergeant; Scabbard and 
Blade; Army Reserve 
Officer Training Corps; 
Sigma Lambda Chi; 
Constructor's Guild, 
National Association of 
Home Builders; Chris- 
tian Science Organiza- 
tion, Secretary, Trea- 
surer. 

BYARS, BETH 
North Augusta, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Tiger Band; Angel 
Flight. 

BYWATER JR., 
FREDERICK B. 
Orlando, FL 



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Computer Engineering, 

BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Mortar 

Board; Sailing Club; 

Soccer Club; Golden 

Key; Central Dance and 

Concert Committee. 



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CABINESS, 

KATHERINE ANN 
Hanahan, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Sailing Club. 

CAIN, JEFFREY LEE 
Camden, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Alumni Relations 
Operator. 

CAMARDA JR., JACK J. 
Dunwoody, Ga 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Varsity Track; Academ- 
ic Ail-American; Fi- 
nance Club; All Atlantic 
Coast Conference Aca- 
demic Honor Roll. 

CABINESS, 
CAROLYN D. 
Fork, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 



BS 

Arnold Air Society; 
Clemson University So- 
ciety for Black Engi- 
neers; Tiger Band; Soci- 
ety for American 
Military Engineers; 
PEER Counselor. 

CAMPBELL JR.. 
GLENN JOHN 
Gastonia, NC 
Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Tau Beta Pi. 

CAMPBELL, JAMES F. 
Clearwater, FL. 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS. 

Sigma Chi; Phi Gamma 
Nu; Wall Street South 
Investment Club; Snow 
Ski Club. 

CAMPBELL, SCOT F. 
Middleton, NJ 
Management, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

CANNON, BRIAN 
WAYNE 
Irmo, SC 
Microbiology, BS. 

CANNON, CARRIE 
North Myrtle Beach. 
SC 

Elementry Education, 
BA 

Alpha Chi Omega; Cen- 
tral Spirit. 

CARLISI, BRIAN 



Gaithersburg, MD 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Alpha Phi Omega; 
American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

CARMICHAEL, 
DONNA S. 
Clemson, SC 
French and Economics, 
BA 

Pi Delta Phi, Vice Presi- 
dent; Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon; Mu Beta Psi, pledge 
class secretary/trea- 
surer; University 
Chorus; University 
Madrigal Singers; Cul- 
tural Committee; 
French Club; Interna- 
tional Business Club; 
Reformed University 
Fellowship. 

CAROLE, M.C. 
Edison, GA 
Accounting, BA 
Baptist Student Union. 

CARR. MALCOLM 
ANTHONY 
Winter Haven. FL 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsi- 
ty Cheerleading; Junior 
Varsity Cheerleading, 
Captain; Blue Key; 
Mortar Board; Tiger 
Brotherhood; Student 
Alumni Council; Stu- 
dent Traffic Review 
Board; Calhoun Col- 



lege. 

CARRAWAY, ABBE 
LEN 

Johnsonville, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Assistant Registrar; Ti- 
ger Tennis Matchmate; 
American Marketing 
Association; Interna- 
tional Business Club; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club. 

CARSTEN, 
CHRISTOPHER G. 
Cades, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
President; Mortar 
Board; Golden Key. 

CARTER, BLAKE 
Piedmont. SC 
Management, BS. 

CASTOR. ERIC 
TIMOTHY 
Greenville, SC 
Management, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi, Chan- 
cellor; American Mar- 
keting Association. 

CAUGHMAN, 
HENRY R. 
North, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Intramural ' 
Sports. 

CAUTHEN, MARK 




WILLIAM 
Lancaster, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Phi Gamma Nu, Vice 
President; Finance 
Club; Wall Street South 
Investment Club; Snow 
Ski Club; Weight Lift- 
ing Club. 

CETOLA, JEFFREY 
DAVID 
Hampton. VA 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Rally Cats; Central 
Spirit; Sigma Chi; Insti- 
tute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 
Sailing Club; Skiing 
Club; Chess Club; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

CHAFIN, BRAD 
Hampton, SC 
Park Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

WSBF, Disk Jockey; Ski 
Club; South Carolina 
Recreation and Parks 
Society. 

CHAMBERLAIN, 
PAUL A 
Red Bank. NJ 
Forest Management. BS 
Clemson Rangers, First 
Sergeant; Scabbard & 
Blade; Alpha Zeta; For- 
estry Club; Resident 
Assistant. 

CHAMPEAUX, 



At Beaux Arts, some 
students prefer to 
take their refresh- 
ment in non-tradition- 
al ways. Florie Miller 
pours her drink into a 
flamingo. 



(ieorge Michael Nelon 



SENIOR DIRECTORY X. 49.'? 



RICHARD A. 
Chelmsford, MA 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

CHANDLER, LEE ANN 
Rock Hill, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club. 

CHAPMAN, STEVEN 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Golden Key; Stu- 
dent Senate, Elections 
Board Chairman; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. 

CHASTAIN, GEORGE 
KINSLER 
Westminister, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club; Society 
of American Foresters; 
Freshman Forestry 
Scholar; Sophomore 
Forestry Scholar. 

CHENEY, ASHLEY 
Elon College, NC 
English, BA 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Sigma Tau Delta; Gold- 
en Key 

CHENG, ALICE 
MONICA 
Hong Kong 

Mathematical Sciences, 
BS 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Golden 
Key; Calhoun College; 
American Society of 
Student Actuaries. 

CHILDERS, GLYNIS 
LEIGH 
Greenville, SC 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Pledge Class Secretary, 
Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Wall Street South 
Investment Club; Dorm 
Council; Intramural 
Sports. 

CHILDRESS, 
ANTHONY FORREST 
Easley, SC 

Parks, Recreation, and 
Tourism Management, 
BS. 

CHILTON, LARRY 
Danville, VA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; Intramural 
Sports, Basketball, 
Softball, Football. 

CHRISTENBURY, 
CHARLES 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Industrial Manage- 



ment, BS. 

CHRISTMUS, 
SANFORD LEE 
Travelers Rest, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Tiger Band; Microbiolo- 
gy Society. 

CHRISTOPHER, MARY 
ELIZABETH 
Anderson, SC 
Accounting, BS. 

CHURCHILL, KELLY 
DENISE 
Dunwoody, GA 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
American Marketing 
Association; Society for 
the Advancement of 
Management; Interna- 
tional Business Club; 
American Society for 
Personnel 
Administration. 

CICCARELLI JR., 
JOHN L. 
Troy, NY 
Architecture, BA 
Tau Sigma Delta, 
Weight Club. 

CIPOLLONE, ROBERT 
Taylors, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Ameri- 
can Society of Civil En- 
gineers; Traffic Review 
Board. 

CLAMP, SANDRA J. 
Lexington, SC 
Management, BS 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; American Mar- 
keting Association. 

CLARK, KEVIN J. 
Lexington, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Keramos; 
American Ceramic Soci- 
ety; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Calhoun 
College; Golden Key; 
Co-operative 
Education. 

CLARK, TRACEY 
Roswell, GA 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Gamma, House 
Manager, Vice Presi- 
dent of Scholarship; 
Student Senator; Tiger 
Band Flag Corps; Fi- 
nance Club; Sigma Chi 
Little Sister. 

CLARY, JENNIFER 
Anderson, SC 
Parks, Recreation, & 
Tourism Management 
Calhoun College; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; South 
Carolina Recreation & 
Parks Society; Re- 
formed University Fel- 
lowship, Core Group 



member. 

CLARY, LOU ANN 
Ft. Lawn, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, 
BS. 

CLEM, WILLIAM R. 
Greenwood, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; American Society 
of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

CLYBURN, ROBERT M. 
Lancaster, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club; Fi- 
nance Club, President. 

COBERLY, 
CATHRYN C. 
Roswell, GA 
English, BA 
Alpha Chi Omega; Sig- 
ma Chi Little Sister. 

COCCIA, BETH 
Wayne, PA 
Nursing, BS 
Delta Gamma; Sigma 
Theta Tau; Sailing 
Club; Student Nurses 
Association, Secretary; 
Residence Hall Council 

COCHRAN, CAROL 
MARIE 
Anderson, SC 
Management, BS 
Tiger Band; Basketball 
Pep Band; Symphonic 
Band; Mu Beta Psi; 
Drill Instructor. 

COCHRAN, KELLY 
ELIZABETH 
Anderson, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Chi Omega, Vice 
President. » 

COLLIER, 
KIMBERLY E. 
Toccoa, GA 
Management, BS 
Chi Omega; Clemson 
Dancers; Resident 
Assistant. 

COLLINS, STEVEN B. 
Pickens, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Clemson Rangers. 

COLPITTS, SANDRA 
Mauldin, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Films and Video Com- 
mittee; American Mar- 
keting Association; In- 
tramural Sports 

COMPTON, 
ELIZABETH L. 
Clinton, SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA 

Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Collegiate Big Sis- 
ters, Vice President; 



Council of Exceptional 
Children; Reformed 
University Fellowship. 

CONLEY, MICHAEL P. 
Duncan, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Student Senate; Central 
Dance and Concert 
Committee; Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes; 
Tiger Band; The TI- 
GER (Junior Staff). 

CONNELLY, WANDA 
MICHELE 
Prosperity, SC 
English, BA 
University Chorus; 
Madrigal Singers; Cen- 
tral Spirit; Gamma Beta 
Phi; Golden Key; Miss 
Clemson University 
1987. 

CONNOR III, WILLIAM 
KLUGH 

North Myrtle Beach, 
SC 

Physics, BS 

Society of Physics Stu- 
dents, Vice President; 
Sigma Pi Sigma; Special 
Events Committee. 

COOLEY, DEONDA M. 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS. 

COOLEY, 
ELIZABETH A. 
Anderson, SC 
Science Teaching-Biol- 
ogy, BS. 

CORBIN, CHERYL A. 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi; Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Accounting 
Club; Geer Dorm 
Council. 

CORBIN, THOMAS 
DENNIS 
Greenville, SC 
Horticulture, BS. 

CORDREY, CELESTE 
Laurel, DE 
Management, BS 
Delta Delta Delta, Rush 
Counselor; Match- 
mates; American Mar- 
keting Association; So- 
ciety for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 

COSTELLO, 
CHRISTINA 
Charlotte, NC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 
Tiger Band; WSBF. 

COTHRAN, ROBERT A. 
Aiken, SC 
Management, BS 
Central Spirit, Vice 
President; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Dorm Council. 

COTTON, EDWIN 
Columbia, SC 
Financial Management, 



BS 

Sigma Nu, Pledge 

Marshall. 

COUCH, KEITH 
Greer, SC 

Architecture & Building 
Sciences, BA 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Alpha 

■ Lambda Delta; Sigma 
Tau Delta; American 
Institute of Architec- 
ture Students. 

COUNTS, KEVIN T. 
Prosperity, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Tau 
Beta Pi; Golden Key; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Tau 
Sigma. 

COUNTS, LAURA 
Newberry, SC 
Secondary Education — 
English, BA. 

COUNTS, SERITHA 
CAROL 
Beaufort, SC 
Zoology, BS 
Zoology Club; Biologi- 
cal Sciences Club; Delta 
Sigma Nu. 

COVINGTON, ANA 
Greenville, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Delta Gamma; Ameri- 
can Institute of Archi- 
tecture Students; Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma; 
Resident Assistant; 
Residence Hall Council; 
Central Spirit. 

COVINGTON, LILLIAN 
Greenville, SC 
Spanish, International 
Trade, BA 

COX, CARROLL 
Greenville, SC 
Parks, Recreation, & 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega, Secretary; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Sweetheart; South Car- 
olina Recreation and 
Parks Society. 

COX, LISA 
Clemson, SC 
Parks, Recreation, & 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega, Social 
Chairman; South Caro- 
lina Recreation & Parks 
Society. 

COZART, BRIEN C. 
Hanahan, SC 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Student Sen- 
ate; Residence Hall 
Council; Water Ski 
Club; Volleyball Club. 



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CRACCHIOLO, JOHN E. 
Boca Raton, FL 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Resident Assistant; Fi- 
nance Club; Central 
Dance and Concert 
Committee; Dorm 
Council, President; Res- 
idence Hall Association. 

CRAIG, STEVEN E. 
Pickens, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Kappa Sigma, Presi- 
dent, Social Chairman; 
Blue Key; Tiger Broth- 
erhood, Treasurer; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; In- 
terfraternity Council; 
Greek Honor Court 
Judge; Student Govern- 
ment; Snow Ski Club; 
Order of Omega; Resi- 
dent Assistant. 

CRAWFORD, BRUCE 
ALAN 
Florence, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Sailing Club. 

CRAWFORD, CLETIA 
JANE 

North Augusta, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi; Golden 
Key. 

CROOKS, FRANCES 
MICHELLE 
Seneca, SC 

Parks, Recreation, & 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Edgar A. Brown Schol- 
arship; Baptist Student 
Union, Communica- 
tions Chairperson. 

CROWDER III, 

BENJAMIN HOOD 
Spartanburg, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Inter- 
fraternity Representa- 
tive; Central Spirit, Di- 
rector; Legal Advisor; 
Clemson Ambassador; 
Order of Omega; Tiger 
Brotherhood; Student 
Alumni Council; Ameri- 
can Society of Personel 
Administration. 

CROWE, NELL ANN 
Brentwood, TN 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BA 
Delta Delta Delta; 
Smith Dorm Council. 

CRUMLEY JR., 
ROBERT D. 
Jackson, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 



neers, Intramural 

Sports. 
CRUMP, SHANNON 

Ladson, SC 

Financial Management, 

BS 

Phi Gamma Nu; Fi- 
nance Club. 
CUNNINGHAM, 

JOANNA L. 

Cowpens, SC 

Financial Management, 

BS 

Gamma Sigma Sigma; 

Reformed University 

Fellowship. 
CURETON, CORRINE 

REGINA 

West Union, SC 

Nursing, BS. 



D 



DALE, JOEL 
FREDRICK 
Ashville, NC 
Psychology, BA 
Alphi Phi Omega, His- 
torian, President; Psy- 
chology Club; Basket- 
ball Team, Manager. 

DALLERY, ROBERT L. 
Sumpter, SC 
Mechanical F.ngineer- 
ing, BS 

Kappa Sigma; American 
Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 

DALTON, ROBERT C. 
Colonia, NJ 

Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

Keramos, Herald; 
American Ceramic Soci- 
ety; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Service Chairman. 

DANG, CHAU T. 
Mount Pleasant, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Phi Eta Sigma; Golden 
Key; Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon; Outstanding Col- 
lege Students of Ameri- 
ca; All American 
Academic Award; Kap- 
pa Alpha Theta, Stan- 
dards Chairman, Tiger- 
ama Chairman, Rush 
Party Chairman; Bio- 
chemistry Club, Vice 
President; Residence 
Hall Council; Alpha Ep- 
silon Delta; Phi Beta 
Phi. 

DANGERFIELD, DAVID 
ALAN 

Isle of Palms, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Phi Delta Theta; Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club; Finance 
Club; Intramural 
Sports. 



DANIEL, DANA 
Longwood, FL 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Sigma Chi Little Sister; 
Sigma Chi Greek 
Goddess. 

DAVIDSON, BRUCE 
EDWARDS 
Easly, SC 

Computer Information 
Systems, BS. 

DAVIDSON, E. 
COSETTE 
Belton, SC 

Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

American Society of 
Chemical Engineers; Ti- 
ger Band. 

DAVIS, CLIFF 
Monterey, CA 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Central Dance and Con- 
cert (^ommittee; Snow 
Ski Club. 

DAVIS, DOROTHY 
MARIE 
Anderson, SC 
Financial Management, 
SC 

Angel Flight, Region B 
Comptroller; Symphon- 
ic Band; Finance Club. 

DAVIS, JACQUELINE 
MARIE 
Seneca, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Student Senate; Clem- 
son Players, Business 
Manager; J.F. Byrnes 
.Scholar; Lehman Foun- 
dation Scholar; Gospel 
Choir; Sociology Club; 
Spanish Club: Forensics 
Team. 

DAVIS, KARON P. 
Clemson, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Technical Association 
of the Graphic Arts; 
Student Police. 

DAVIS, LAURA L. 
Eads, TN 
Nursing, BS 
Tiger Band, Flag 
Captain. 

DAVIS, LORI F. 
Greenwood, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Sigma Theta Tau; Stu- 
dent Nurse's Associa- 
tion; Golden Key. 

DAVIS, MICHAEL 
PAUL 

Hendersonville, NC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; Sigma Chi, Trea- 
surer; Derby Day 
Chairman. 

DAVIS, RANDALL LEE 



Charleston, SC 
Civil Engineers, BS 
American Society of 
Engineers; Chi Epsilon. 

DAVIS, ROBERT 
Williamston, SC 
Management, BS. 

DAWSEY, JAMES E. 
McClellanviUe, SC 
Science Teaching- 
Math, BS. 

DAY JR., GARY WAYNE 
Pickens, SC 

Safety and Health Man- 
agement, BS 
Sigma Chi; Debate 
Team; Calhoun Foren- 
sic Society. 

DAY, JULIET ELISE 
Charleston, SC 
Resource Management, 
BS 

Block and Bridle Club; 
South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society; 
Intramural Sports. 

DEBELL, JEFF 
Olympia, WA 
Forest Management, BS 
Society of American 
Foresters; Student Sen- 
ate; Xi Sigma Pi; For- 
estry Club; Films and 
video Committee. 

DECHIARA, ANTHONY 
JOHN 
Elgin, IL 
Marketing, BS 
Sigma Nu; Phi Gamma 
Nu; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; Wall Street South 
Investment Club. 

DECKER, NATALIE 
Anderson, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 
Tiger Band. 

DEGRAAN, JEFF 
Atlanta, GA 
Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club; Xi Sigma 
Pi, Forester; Alpha 
Zeta; Order of Buffalo; 
Society of American 
Foresters 

DELANEY, BRENDA 
LYNN 
Greer, SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Chi Omega; 
Dorm Council; Golden 
Key; Spanish Club. 

DELOACH, PATRICIA 
COLLEEN 
Saluda, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, Guard 
and Public Relations 
Committees; Alpha 
Gamma Rho Little Sis- 
ter, Pledge Trainer and 
Treasurer; Resident 
Hall Association; Benet 
Hall Co-President; In- 
tramural Sports; Ac- 



counting Club. 

DENNIS. ART 
Greenwood, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers, Chairman; Joint 
Engineering Council; 
Riggs Ambassador. 

DENTON, STEPHEN M. 
Sumter, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Phi Delta Theta; Tiger 
Band. 

DERRICK, BARNEY C. 
Little Mountain, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Tiger Band. 

DESCHAMPS, JOHN 
HUNTER 
Wisacky, SC 
Agriculture Mechaniza- 
tion and Business, BS 
Kappa Sigma. 

DEVANEY, AUSTIN 
Chapin, SC 

Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

Kappa Sigma, Treasur- 
er; American Institute 
of Chemical Engineers, 
President; IPTAY Stu- 
dent Advisory Board, 
Vice President; Order of 
Omega; Ski Club. 

DEVORE, JOSEPH A. 
Edgefield, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Golden Key. 

DICKEY, LYNN ELISE 
Moore, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Pledge Class Vice Presi- 
dent; Finance Club; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club. 

DILLON, SCOTT 
St. Louis, MO 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Varsity Baseball; Intra- 
mural Sports; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Finance Club. 

DILLS, JAMI 
Spartanburg, SC 
Science Teaching-Phys- 
ical Sciences, BS 
Tiger Band; Mu Beta 
Psi. 

DISHNER, JEFFERY 
LYNN 

Greenville, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 



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'-'ludent Senate; Stii- 
denl Traffic Review 
Board; Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon. Committee 

Chairman. 

DIXON, JUDY 
Busthurg, VA 
Computer Science, BS 
Resident Assistant; Sig- 
ma Tau Epsilon; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Data 
Processing Manage- 
ment Association. 

DOBSON, JAMES LEE 
Camden, SC 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

University Union, Vice- 
President, President; 
Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Tour Guide; 
Peer Leadership, Vice- 
President; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Student 
Senate; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. 

DOCTOR, MARK A. 
Anderson, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Ameri- 
can Public Works 
Association. 

DODDS, MARK 
Belvedere, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Sigma Nu, Treasurer; 
Blue Key, Treasurer; 
Interfraternity Council, 
Secretary; Students 
Against Multiple Scle- 
rosis, Co-chairman; 
Golden Key; Mortar 
Board; Floyd Little 
Scholarship; Lillie 
Floyd Scholarship; Al- 
vin McCalls Business 
Scholarship. 

DOGGETT, BENJAMIN 
TANNER 
Chattanooga, TN 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Phi Delta Theta, Presi- 
dent, Treasurer; Order 
of Omega; Central Spir- 
it; Intramural Sports. 

DONKLE, MICHAEL 
Newberry, SC 
Architecture, BA 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Tiger Band. 

DORYLAND, MANDI 
ELIZABETH 
Florence, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Delta Gamma; Psychol- 
ogy Club. 

DOZIER, ELIZABETH 
North Myrtle Beach, 
SC 

English, BA 
English Club; Spanish 
Club; Intramural 
Sports. 

DOZIER, SAMUEL L. 



Rains, SC 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sig- 
ma; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Golden Key; Strom 
Thurmond Scholar; Ab- 
ney Scholar; G.R. Mc- 
Donald Scholar. 

DRAKE, DAVID 
McBRIDE 
Honea Path, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS, 

DRAKE, LOWERY 
FURMAN 
Travelers Rest, SC 
Economics, BS. 

DRIGGERS, RICHARD 
D. 

North Charleston, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Weight Lifting Club; 
Co-operative Educa- 
tion; Beer Club. 

DUBOIS, MICHELLE 
ANN 

Bethune, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Meeting Planners Inter- 
national; South Caroli- 
na Recreation and 
Parks Society. 

DUFFIE JR., 
WALTER C, 
Asheville, NC 
Zoology, BS 
Sigma Nu; Student 
Government, Trial 
Court Chairman, Aca- 
demic Grievance 
Committee. 

DUFFY, LAWRENCE 
JOHN 

Charleston, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic 

Engineers. 

DUNCAN, CARLA 
JEAN 

Clemson, SC 
English, BA 
Sigma Tau Delta; 
WSBF. 

DUNCAN, JEFFREY 
DARREN 
Ware Shoals, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Golden Key; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon; Residence Hall 
Council; Presidential 
Intern. 

DUNN, J, CLINTON 
Sumter, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Kappa Alpha; American 
Society of Civil 
Engineers, 

DUNSFORD, 
ELIZABETH ANN 
Bennettsville, SC 



Secondary Education- 
English, BA 
Sigma Tau Delta; Kap- 
pa Delta, Secretary; 
Clemson Dancers; Ki- 
netic Theater; Spanish 
Club. 

DU PRE, MICHAEL 
GARY 

Moncks Corner, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Golden Key; Chi Epsi- 
lon; American Society 
of Civil Engineers. 

DU RANT JR., JOHN 
RUTLEDGE 
Gable, SC 

Agricultural Industries, 
BS 

Kappa Sigma; Agricul- 
tural Economics Club, 
Vice-President; Agricul- 
tural Council, 

DU RANT, MARY 
KATHRYN 
Gable, SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA 

Delta Delta Delta; Pan- 
hellenic Delegate; Kap- 
pa Sigma Little Sister, 
Treasurer, 

DURHAM, 
KATHRYN D, 
Columbia, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Delta, Assistant 
Treasurer, Treasurer; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Collegiate Big Sisters, 
Secretary-Treasurer; 
Presbyterian Student 
Association, Secretary- 
Treasurer, Food 
Chairman. 



E 



EARLS, DONNA 
Gaffney, SC 
Political Science/Econ- 
omics BA 

Dorm Council; Student 
Governement Organiza- 
tions and Affairs Com- 
mittee Chairperson; 
Civitan Club; Finance 
Club; International 
Business Club; Model 
United Nations, Social 
Chairman, Vice-Chair- 
man; Russian Club, 
Vice-President; Italian 
Club, Secretary, Code of 
Conduct Committee; 
Senate President Pro- 
temporare; Senior Advi- 
sor Junior Staff, 

EARNEST, KEVIN 
NOTLEY 
Kingsport, TN 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 
Student Alumni Coun- 



cil, President; Blue Key; 
Tiger Brotherhood; 
Golden Key; Mortar 
Board. 

EARNHART, DAVID 
RANDALL 
Lugoff, SC 

Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers, 
Vice-President; Tau 
Beta Pi; Golden Key; 
Phi Beta Phi; Intramu- 
ral Sports, 

EBBECKE, JANET M. 
Clemson, SC 
Microbiology, BS. 

EDWARDS, JOHN R. 
Clemson, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Student Representative 
to Site Planning and 
Development Commit- 
tee; American Institute 
of Architecture Stu- 
dents; Horticulture 
Club. 

EDWARDS, JOSEPH F, 
Ritter, SC 
Accounting, BS 
R.C. Edwards Scholar; 
Reserve Officer Train- 
ing Corps. 

EDWARDS, 
THERESA M. 
Greer, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Reformed Universi- 
ty Fellowship; Cultural 
Committee, 

EISENHOUR, TARA 
LYNN 

Columbia, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Kappa Delta; Institute 
of Electrical and Elec- 
tronic Engineers; Soci- 
ety of Women Engi- 
neers; Chronicle, 
Editor; Calhoun Col- 
lege. 

ELDER, ANGELA 
ELAINE 
Taylors, SC 

Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Central Dance and Con- 
cert Committee; Golden 
Key; Calhoun College; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Reformed University 
Fellowship. 

ELLISON, WILLIAN 
DOUGLAS 
Belton, SC 

Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS. 

ELLISON, RICHARD 



CRAIG 
Belton, SC 
Entomology, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho, 
Treasurer; Entomology 
Club, Secretary; Agri- 
cultural Council. 

EMICH, CHRISTINA M. 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi; Ac- 
counting Club; Interna- 
tional Business Club; 
Central Spirit; Spirit 
Blitz; Mat Cat; Finance 
Club. 

ENGFER, HEIDI 
MARINA 

San Juan, Puerto Rico 
Marketing, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi; Volley- 
ball Club, Treasurer; 
American Marketing 
Association. 

ENGLISH, SAM 
Lancaster, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Microbiology Society. 

ERBE, MARCOS 

Brusque, Santa Catari- 

na, Brazil 

Textile Management, 

BS 

Phi Psi. 

ERICSON, AMY E. 
Camden, SC 
Secondary Education- 
English, BA 
Tiger Band, Supply Of- 
ficer; Symphonic Band, 

ESTES, BRYAN 
CALDWELL 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; Phi Delta Theta; 
Data Processing Man- 
agement Association; 
Student Traffic Review 
Board; Central Spirit; 
Students Against Multi- 
ple Sclerosis, 

EZEKIEL, 

WANJULIA R, 
Darlington, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers, Co-executive 
Chairman; American 
Society of Civil Engi- 
neers; Society of Black 
Engineers, 



F 



FAIREY, JR., JAMES 
BURKE 
Clemson, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Varsity Baseball; Chi 
Psi, 

FALLOW, ASHLEY J, 



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Charlotte, NC 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Campus 
Crusade for Christ; In- 
tramural Sports. 

FARNAN, DIANA 
Bowie, MD 

Financial Management, 
BS 

FAULKNER, NATHAN 
Spartanburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers 

FECAS, CATHERINE 
LOUISE 
Charleston, SC 
Political Science/ 
French, BA 

Pi Delta Phi; French 
Club; Michelin Grant 
for study in France 

FECHNER, 
CATHERINE M. 
St. Petersburg, FL 
Architecture, BS 
Kappa Delta, American 
Institute of Architec- 
ture Students 

FEHLING, SUSAN 
ELIZABETH 
KnoxviUe, TN 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Varsity Basketball; 
Block C Club. 

FENDLEY, JACKIE 
MARIE 

Westminster, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS. 

FERGUSON, 
KIMBERLY 
North Myrtle Beach, 
SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA 
Kappa Delta. 

FERRELL, ROBERT D. 
Columbia, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

FERRIS, MICHELLE 
Lane Bluff, IL 
Travel and Tourism, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Tae Kwon Do Club. 

FIKE, PAUL J. 
Columbus, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi, Vice 
President of Programs; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Golden Key; Account- 
ing Club. 

FILKINS, APRIL LYNN 
Estero, FL 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

FINCH, D. BRYAN 



North Augusta, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Sigma Nu; Central Spir- 
it; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Student Traffic Review 
Board. 

FINLEY, JR., 
WILLIAM C. 
Camden, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Intramural 
Sports; Institute of 
Electrical and Electron- 
ic Engineers. 

FISHER, AMY SUSAN 
Grand Island, NB 
Sociology, BA 
Alpha Chi Omega, assis- 
tant scholarship chair- 
man; Sociology Club: 
Spanish Club. 

FISHER, GARDNER 
ALLYN 
Lexington. SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Rush Chairman; Water 
Ski Club. 

FISHER, RANDY E. 
Liberty, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi, Presi- 
dent; Accounting Club, 
Secretary; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Elliott Davis 
and Company Achieve- 
ment Award, Dean's 
Advisory Council. 

FITZGERALD, KIRA 
Atlantis, FL 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta; In- 
stitute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 
WSBF; Weight Lifting 
Club; Aerobics Instruc- 
tor; American Society of 
Women Engineers. 

FITZ-HUGH, MER- 
EDITH HARRISON 
Richmond, VA 
Nursing, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Clemson Ambassador; 
University Tour Guide; 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation, First Vice- 
President. 

FITZSIMMONS, 
SCOTT E. 
Haymarket, VA 
Mathematical Science, 
BS 

Baptist Student Union; 
Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; Collegiate Broth- 
erhood for Youth. 

FLANAGAN, BETH 
CARTER 
Martinsville, VA 
Economics, BS 



Kappa Alpha Theta. 
FLANAGAN, STUART 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Stu- 
dent Senate; Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club. 
FLOYD, SALLY 
Chester, SC 

Parks, Recreation, and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi; South 
Carolina Parks and Re- 
creation Society; Block 
and Bridle Club, Secre- 
tary, Barn Manager; 
Equestrian Team, Pres- 
ident; Rodeo Club; 
Snow Ski Club; Meeting 
Planners' International. 
FOGLE, SUSAN LEIGH 
EUoree, SC 
Nursing, BSN 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Student Nursing Asso- 
ciation. 
FOLK, SALLIE B. 
Florence, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Baptist Student Union; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Residence Hall Council; 
Desk Girl. 
FOLTZ, DEAN CURTIS 
Clinton, IN 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS. 
FONBREN III, JOHN 
ERVIN 

Monks Corner, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS. 
FORTNER, JR., 
WILLIAM D. 
St. Louis, MO 
Accounting, BS 
Varsity Soccer; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon, Vice- 
President; Student 
Alumni Council, Chair- 
man 1987 Welcome 
Back Festival; Block C 
Club. 
FOSTER, BETH 
Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BS 

Chi Omega; Central 
Dance and Concert 
Committee; Beta Theta 
Pi Little Sister. 
FOSTER, ELIZABETH 
BAILEY 
Waycross, GA 
Math Education, BA 
Order of Omega, Secre- 
tary; Kappa Delta, 
Pledge Educator, Pep 
Chairman; Panhellenic 
Council; Panhellenic 
Executive Council; Pan- 
hellenic Rush Co- 
Chairman. 
FOSTER, LINDA R. 



Simpsonville, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Kappa Delta, Activities 
Chairman, Parliamen- 
tarian; Finance Club; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club; Ameri- 
can Society for Person- 
nel Administration. 

FOWLER, KAREN E. 
Walhalla, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Technical Association 
of the Graphic Arts, 
Secretary; Campus Cru- 
sade; Dorm Council. 

FOWLER, TERESA 
LYNN 
Easley, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha 
Tau Omega Little Sis- 
ter, Vice-President. 

FRALINGER, 
CHARLES MULONY 
Bridgeton, NJ 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Golf 
Club. 

FRALIZ, SUZI E. 
Reevesville, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Data Processing Man- 
agement Association 

FRAMPTON, 
CAROLINE COBIA 
Mount Pleasant, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Resident Assistant, Ti- 
ger Band. 

FRAMPTON, DAVID M. 
Baltimore, MD 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers: Water Ski Club; 
Sports Car Club, 
President. 

FRANK, KIMBERLY 
LYNN 

Columbia. SC 
Building Science, BS 
American Institute of 
Contractors; Associated 
General Contractors. 

ERASER, CYNTHIA 
Norwich, VT 
Nursing, BS 
Mortar Board; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Out- 
door Recreation Com- 
mittee; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Golden Key. 

FRASIER, KEEHNA B. 
Summerville, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

American Ceramic Soci- 
ety; Keramos, Secre- 
tary; Clemson Society 



of Black Engineers; 
Omega Psi Phi Award 
for Outstanding Fresh- 
man; R.C. Edwards 
Scholar. 
FRAZIER, JEFFREY 
ASHLEY 
Sumter, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Finance Club; Varsity 
Baseball; ACC Academ- 
ic Honor Roll. 
FREEMAN, LAURA 
KAY 

Summerville, SC 
Engineering Analysis, 
BS 

Kappa Delta; Water Ski 
Club; Society of Women 
Engineers; Intramural 
Sports. 
FRYE. ROBERT ALLEN 
Surfside Beach, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Cen- 
tral Spirit. 
FRYE, ZANIA 
WILLEASE 
Columbia, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Delta Sigma Theta; Mi- 
nority Council Repre- 
sentative to the Com- 
mission on Student 
Affairs; Gamma Sigma 
Sigma; Omega Pearls; 
Dupont Minority Engi- 
neering Scholarship; 
National Achievement 
Scholarship; R.C. Ed- 
wards Scholarship; Zeta 
Phi Beta Scholarship. 
FRYER, SMAUEL A. 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Scabbard and Blade; 
Clemson Rangers. 
FULLARD, WANDA 
GALE 

Lake City, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Arnold Air Society; In- 
stitute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers; Society of Black 
Engineers; Gospel 
Choir. 
FULLER, BILL 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Tau Beta Pi; 
Honors Council, Vice- 
President; University 
Honors Committee; In- 
stitute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers, 
Piedmont Section 
Award; Mortar Board; 
Golden Key. 
FULLER, TODD H. 



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Columbia, SC 
Management, BS 
Finance Club; Intramu- 
ral Sports- 

FULLEFiTON, HOLLY 
LEIGH 

Satellite Beach, FL 
Secondary Education- 
French, BA 

Alpha Delta Pi; Golden 
Key; French Club, Pres- 
ident; Pi Delta Phi, 
Vice-President; Resi- 
dence Hall Council. 

FUNDERBURK, MARK 
WILLIAM 
Columbia, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS. 

FUQUA, JAMIE 
Aiken, SC 

Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Society of Wom- 
en Engineers; Coopera- 
tive Education. 

FUSONIE, HOPE L. 
Mauldin, SC 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

University Chorus; 
Central Spirit; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma; Angel 
Flight, Commander and 
Region Operations Offi- 
cer; Institute of Indus- 
trial Engineers; Dorm 
Council; Clemson 
Ambassadors. 



G 



GADDIS, BEN 

Clemson, SC 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Frisbee Club, President; 

Reformed University 

Fellowship; American 

Society of Mechanical 

Engineers. 
GAILEY II, JOHN D. 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Parks, Recreation and 

Tourism Management, 

BS 

Rugby Club. 
GAMBRELL, LISA 

DENISE 

Anderson, SC 

Computer Engineering, 

BS 

Delta Sigma Theta, 

Secretary. 
GANNON, RAY 

Pittsburgh, PA 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS. 
GARCIA, GEORGE RAY 

Seneca, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 

BS 



Tau Beta Pi; Frisbee 
Club; Golden Key. 

GARDNER, TRACY 
LEIGH 

Stone Mountain, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Delta; Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club, Accounting 
Club; American Society 
of Personnel Adminis- 
trators. 

GARDO, MARK S. 
Greenville, SC 
Building Science, BS. 

GARRETT, NORMAN P. 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Nuclear Soci- 
ety; American Society 
of Mechanical Engi- 
neers; Pi Tau Sigma; 
Tau Beta Pi; Golden 
Key; Sigma Nu. 

GARRETT, SHEILA 
NIX 

Greer, SC 
Management, BS. 

GARRISON, DAVID F. 
Medford Lakes, NJ 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, So- 
cial Chairman. 

GARRUSSO, 
RICHARD A. 
Newfoundland, NJ 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Amercian Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Club Football; Intramu- 
ral Sports. 

GASTON, LOUISE 
PEACE 
Denmark, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Delta; Psycholo- 
gy Club. 

GEDDINGS, RHETA 
Charleston, SC 
Biological Sciences, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, Guard; 
Residence Hall Council, 
Barnett; Speakers Bu- 
reau; Microbiology 
Club; English Club. 

GIBSON, AVA MARIE 
Henderson, NC 
Mathematics/Statistics, 
BS 
Delta Delta Delta. 

GIBSON, GWINN 
Greer, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, Ameri- 
can Institute of Archi- 
tecture Students. 

GILBERT, DAVID LEE 
Andrews, NC 
Agricultural Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of Ag- 
ricultural Engineers, 
Vice-President; Agricul- 
tural Council. 



GILBERT, SUZANNE 
Skyland, NC 
Nursing, BS 
Alpha Chi Omega; Stu- 
dent Nurses Associa- 
tion, Treasurer. 

GILES, FREDERICK 
HAMILTON 
Buffalo, SC 

Political Science/ 
French, BA 

Gospel Choir; Kappa 
Alpha Psi; Clemson 
Ambassador; Student 
Government Supreme 
Court, Trial Court; Pan- 
Greek Council. 

GILGEN, CHRISTA LEA 
Walterboro, SC 
Architecture, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi; Ameri- 
can Institute of Archi- 
tectural Students; Resi- 
dent Assistant; Resid- 
ence Hall Association. 

GILSTRAP, CLAY 
MASTERS 
Smyrna, GA 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Varsity Football; Out- 
standing College Stu- 
dents of America; Fel- 
lowship of Christian 
Athletes; Genoa Sailing 
Club. 

GLASGOW, RUTH 
ANNE 
Conway, SC 
English, BA 
Delta Gamma, Vice- 
President — Rush; Stu- 
dent Senate; Legal Ad- 
visor; Trial Court. 

GLEATON, MICHAEL 
Columbia, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Gymnastics Club, Presi- 
dent; Weight Lifting 
Club; American Society 
of Civil Engineers. 

GODFREY, MEG 
Roswell, GA 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Pi, Ban- 
quet Co-chairperson, 
Finance Committee. 

GOFORTH, KIMBERLY 
HOPE 

Spartanburg, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Bengal Babes; Phi 
Gamma Delta Little 
Sister, Treasurer; Intra- 
mural Softball. 

GOLD, JASON L. 
Columbia, SC 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Omega Psi Phi, Keeper 
of Records and Seals, 
Keeper of Finance. 

GOLINSKI, 
NORBERT C. 
Turnersville, NJ 
Financial Management, 



BS 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Vice-President; Inter- 
national Business Club, 
President; Student 
Alumni Council; Stu- 
dent Traffic Review 
Board; Study Abroad in 
Germany. 

GOODLING, ROBERT S. 
Auburn, AL 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Finance Club; Interna- 
tional Business Club; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Clemson 
Ambassador; Tour 
Guide. 

GORDON, ANGELA 
Mountain Rest, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BS 

Golden Key; Kappa 
Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Spanish Club; Desk 
Clerk. 

GORDON, MELANIE C. 
Simpsonville, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Kappa Alpha; 
University Union Cul- 
tural Art Committee, 
Chairperson; Union 
Board; Residence Hall 
Committee, Secretary. 

GORE, AUSTIN 
EUGENE 

Charleston Heights, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
Ben E. Goodale Award; 
Forbes Chocolate 
Award; Pauline 

Hanckel Memorial 
Scholarship; Dairymen, 
Inc. Scholarship; Dairy 
Science Club. 

GOULD, WILLIAM R. 
Bozeman, MT 
Math Science, BS 
Golden Key; Pi Mu Ep- 
silon; Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon; Snow Ski Team; 
Math Club, Vice- 
President. 

GOWAN, DAVID 
CHARLES 
Reidville, SC 
Management, BS 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; Reserve Officer 
Training Corps. 

GRABKA, ELIZABETH 
JEAN 

Satellite Beach, FL 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Nu; Pi Beta Phi. 

GRADY, MAUREEN 
LOUISE 
Augusta, GA 
Travel and Tourism 
Management, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 



President; Blue Key; 
Student Alumni Coun- 
cil; Order of Omega; 
Rho Phi Lambda; 
Matchmate. 

GRAF, MICHAEL 
STEVEN 

North Augusta, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

GRANT, ALESIA D. 
Columbia, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation; Arnold Air Soci- 
ety, Residence Hall 
Council — Manning; 
Alpha Kappa Alpha. 

GRANT, BERRY 
Greenville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

GRANT, GARY 
STEVEN 
Gaffney, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Chi Epsilon; American 
Society of Civil Engi- 
neers; Dorm Council 
President. 

GRANT-SMITH, DIANA 
MARIE 
Seneca, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Asso- 
ciation. 

GRAVELY, WILLIAM S. 
Charleston, WV 
Architecture, BS 
Sigma Nu, Chaplain; 
Alpha Phi Omega; Tau 
Sigma Delta; Golden 
Key; Student Traffic 
Review Board; Ameri- 
can Institute of Archi- 
tecture Students. 

GREEN, DAVID 
CHETLEY 
TurbeviUe, SC 
Psychology, BA 

GREGG, KIMBERLY 
ANNE 

Pittsburgh, PA 
Economics, BS 
International Business 
Club; Society for the 
Advancement of 

Management. 

GRIDER, DOUGLAS T. 
Ruston, LA 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Tau Beta Pi; 
Golden Key. 

GRIFFEN, CHRISTI 
Eastover, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Baptist Student Union, 
Angel Flight; Clemson 
Dancers; Coffeehouse 
Committee. 



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GRIFFITH, JASON 
Orangeburg, SC 
Economics, BS 
Varsity Golf; Academic 
Ail-American; All-ACC 
Golf Team; Honorable 
Mention All-American. 

GRUBB, JAMES ALAN 
Sumter, SC 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Lacrosse Club, Score- 
keeper; Tiger Band, 
Personnel Officer, Com- 
mander; Intramural 
Sports. 

GRUCA, DEBRA A. 
Hendersonville, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Resi- 
dence Hall Council; 
Residence Hall Associa- 
tion; Intramural Sports. 

GUNTER, JOY L. 
Leesviiie, SC 
Poultry Science, BS 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha 
Gamma Rho, Rho Mate; 
Poultry Science Club, 
President; Agricultural 
Council. 

GURLEY, MARY 
MARSHALL 
Durham, NC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society. 



H 



HAASE, SHARON LISA 
Aiken, SC 

Mathematical Science, 
BS 
Math Club; Pi Beta Phi. 

HAGINS, SUSAN L. 
Camden, SC 
Food Science, BS 
Pi Beta Phi; The Tiger, 
Office Manager; Alpha 
Zeta; Food Science 
Club; Dorm Council; 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes. 

HAIGLER, LORI 
ANNETTE 
Orangeburg, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, 
Secretary; Blue Key; 
Delta Sigma Nu, Vice- 
President, Treasurer; 
Minority Council; Mi- 
crobiology Society. 

HALL, RANDY 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Golden 
Key. 

HALLIBURTON, 
JEFFREY L. 
Savannah, GA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Intra- 



mural Sports. 

HALLIHAN, SCOTT M. 
Springfield, VA 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Calhoun College; Phi 
Beta Phi; Beta Theta 
Pi, Party Animal; Stu- 
dent Senate, Off-Cam- 
pus Gweebs; Wrestler, 
retired. 

HAMMOND JR., 
DONALD R. 
Medford, NJ 
Economics, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

HAMMOND, MARK W. 
Greer, SC 

Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Out- 
standing College Stu- 
dents of America. 

HAMRICK, LAURA 
Gaffney, SC 
Political Science, BA. 

HANNA, ANNE MARIE 
Johnsonville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi; Ac- 
counting Club, Presi- 
dent; Phi Kappa Phi, 
Vice-President; Beta 
Gamma Sigma, Vice- 
President; Golden Key; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
McK night -Frampton - 
Buskirk and Co. Public 
Accounting Award. 

HANNAH, JAMES 
LANDON 



Spartanburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Rush Chairman, Chap- 
lain; Varsity Cheerlead- 
ing; American Society 
of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

HANSEN, MICHELE 
Rock Hill, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Psychology Club. 

HANVEY, SUNDAY 
DAWN 
Easley, SC 

Computer Science, BS 
Association of Comput- 
ing Machinery. 

HARDEE, CHARLES A. 
Loris, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students. 

HARDWICK, JAMES 
TRAVIS 
Charleston, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS. 

HARKINS, CHRISTINE 
MARIE 

Westminster, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Psi Chi, Treasurer; Psy- 
chology Club, Secre- 
tary; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Golden Key; Calhoun 
College; Theta Alpha 
Delta, Demon Presi- 
dent. 

HARRIS, JORDAN 




Indian Harbour Beach, 
FL 

Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Calhoun College; Sigma 
Nu, Corresponding Sec- 
retary; Institute of In- 
dustrial Engineers; 
American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, 
WSBF. 

HARRIS, PAULA RENE 
Clemson, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

4:30 Thursday Singers; 
After Six Singers; Cope 
and Benet Dorm Coun- 
cil Representative. Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon Rush 
Girl; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. 

HARRISON, 
PRISCILLA R. 
Easley, SC 

Computer Science, BS 
Collegiate Big Sisters; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; 
Blue Key; Magna Kum 
Lauda (sic). 

HARRISON, SUSAN 
ELIZABETH 
Ruston, LA 
Accounting, BS 
Outstanding College 
Students of America; 
Delta Sigma Pi; Nation- 
al Association of Ac- 
countants; Accounting 
Club. 



Students enjoy eating 
yogurt after giving 
blood. 



Michael J. Morga 



SENIOR DIRECTORY N.499 



HARTNEY, KAREN M. 
Tampa, FL 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Student Government, 
Research and Develope- 
ment, Activities Com- 
mittee. 

HASH, CAREN LYNN 
Chesapeake, VA 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Chi Omega, War- 
den; Student Govern- 
ment, Public Relations 
Committee. 

HASHIMOTO, KIRK S. 
Pearl City, HI 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS. 

HASTINGS, DIANE 
Camden, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; Undergraduate 
Teaching Assistant. 

HAWKINS, JAY 
Newberry, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

HAYDEN, KIM M. 
Ladson, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Student Government, 
Publicity Committee; 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Rush Girl. 

HAYES, ADAM 
Roswell, GA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
President, Interfrater- 
nity Council Delegate; 
Chi Epsilon. 

HAYES, DAWN MARIA 
• Piedmont, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Student Senate; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Alumni Secretary; 
South Carolina Student 
Legislature, District 
Chairman, Delegation 
Vice-Chairman, Educa- 
tion Committee Chair- 
man, Parliamentarian. 

HEANER, STROMAN T. 
Greenwood, SC 
Management, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi; Sailing 
Club. 

HEATON, STEVEN 
BARRY 

Goose Creek, SC 
Secondary Education- 
Chemistry Teaching, 
BS 

Coffeehouse 
Committee. 



HEBERT III, RUSSELL 
BENEDICT 
Clemson, SC 
Management, BS 
Kappa Alpha. 

HEINLEIN, ROBIN 
LEIGH 
Chester, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Tiger Band; Mu Beta 
Psi. 

HEINS, ERNEST 
HARMON 
Kingstree, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Chi 
Epsilon; Waterski Club; 
Rod and Gun Club. 

HEINSOHN, FRANK 
Folly Beach, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, 
Vice-Chairman; Pi Tau 
Sigma, President; Stu- 
dent Traffic Review 
Board; Tau Beta Pi; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Calhoun 
College; Lutheran Stu- 
dent Movement, Vice- 
President, President. 

HENDERSON, 
RONALD D. 
Union, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Psi, Presi- 
dent; Oustanding 
Young Men of America; 
Society of Black Engi- 
neers; Institute of Elec- 
trical and Electronic 
Engineers; Gospel 
Choir; Junior Charity 
League Scholarship; 
Pan Greek Council. 

HENSLEY, LESLEY 
WRAY 
Sebring, FL 
Marketing, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Social Chairman, Rush 
Chairman. 

HERAKOVICH, 
KRISTINE M. 
Blacksburg, VA 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Angel Flight; Dorm 
Council; Resident 
Assistant. 

HERBERT, MEREDITH 
LOUISE 
Spartanburg, SC 
Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Rush 
Chairman, Spirit Chair- 
man; Central Spirit; 
Student Government, 
Special Events Com- 
mittee; Abney Founda- 
tion Scholar; Desk Girl; 
Alpha Phi Omega Rush 



Girl. 

HERD, CYNTHIA L. 
Salem, OR 
Accounting, BA 
Golden Key; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi. 

HERIN, DINA M. 
Medford, NJ 
Nursing, BS 
Alpha Chi Omega, So- 
cial Chairman, Social 
Secretary; Junior Nurs- 
ing Class Student Fac- 
ulty Committee; Senior 
Nursing Class Treasur- 
er; Chi Psi Smoker Girl; 
Mat Cat; Aerobics 
Instructor. 

HERNDON, JANE 
ELIZABETH 
Easley, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Kappa Delta, Member- 
ship Chairman; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Sigma Theta Tau; 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation. 

HERRON, BARBARA 
Atlanta, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Gamma, Account- 
ing Club. 

HICKMAN, KRISTIN 
Miami, FL 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club. 

HICKS, MARY 
CATHERINE 
Rome, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union; Young 
Democrats, President; 
Residence Hall Associ- 
ation. 

HIGGINBOTHAM, C. 
ELAINE 
Orangeburg, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

Kappa Delta; Council 
for Exceptional Chil- 
dren, State President; 
Dorm Council, Presi- 
dent. 

HIGGINS III, RALPH G. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Army Reserve Officer 
Traing Corps; Clemson 
Rangers; Scabbard and 
Blade. 

HILBORN, CARRIE 
ELIZABETH 
Chapin, SC 

Secondary Education, 
BA 

Student Government, 
Public Relations/Com- 
munications Director, 
Junior Staff Director, 
Finance Committee; 
Student Senate, Organi- 
zations and Affairs 



Committee Chairman; 
Council for Exceptional 
Children; Chi Psi Little 
Sister. 

HILL, JOHN E. 
Eutawville, SC 
Finance, BS 
Finance Club; Young 
College Republicans; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club. 

HILL, L. GLENN 
North Charleston, SC 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Intramural 
Sports. 

HINSON, JANE 
Kershaw, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Alpha Chi Omega; Stu- 
dent Government, Pub- 
lic Relations and Com- 
munications 
Committee. 

HINSON, MEREDITH 
Lilburn, GA 
Nursing, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Outing Club; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Dorm Council; 
Student Nurses 

Association. 

HIRTZ, ANITA M. 
Huntington, NY 
Nursing, BS 
Kappa Delta, Fundrais- 
ing Chairman, Histori- 
an, TAPS photo chair- 
man; Student Nurses 
Association; Student's 
Advisory Committee to 
Dean; Manning Dorm 
Council. 

HODGKISS, RICHARD 
CORY 

Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Management, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Stu- 
dent Senate; Sailing 
Club. 

HOFFMAN, 
THEODORE K. 
North, SC 

Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

HOGAN, LESLIE W. 
Florence, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Finance Club; Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club. 

HOGG, L. JANE 
Simpsonville, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Block and Bridle Club, 
Food Chairperson, So- 
cial Co-Chairman. 

HOHN, DARLENE 
Greenville, SC 
Sociology, BA 



Univeristy Chorus; 
Baptist Student Union 
Choir; State appointed 
summer missionary; 
BSU ensemble "Turn- 
ing Point". 

HOLDEN, BRIAN 
KEITH 
Anderson, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Tiger Brotherhood; 
Outstanding College 
Students of America; 
"Tiger" mascot; Sports 
Promotions Assistant; 
Student Trainer; Intra- 
mural Sports; Fellow- 
ship of Christian 
Athletes. 

HOLEMAN, MELISSA 
JEANETTE 
North Augusta, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation, President, Secre- 
tary; Residence Hall 
Association. 

HOLLAND, JOHNETTA 
Clemson, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Campus Outreach. 

HOLLIDAY, MARK 
HAMPTON 
Pickens, SC 

Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union; South Car- 
olina Recreation and 
Parks Society. 

HOLLIDAY, SANDRA J. 
Liberty, SC 

Secondary Education- 
Math, BS 
Golden Key. 

HOLLINGER, 
GREGORY A. 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi, Trea- 
surer; Weightlifting 
Club. 

HOLLINGSWORTH, 
SARAH C. 
Greenwood, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Sigma Chi Little Sister, 
Secretary, Treasurer, 
President; Sigma Chi 
Sweetheart; Psychology 
Club; Spanish Club. 

HOLLIS, 
KATHERINE M. 
Alexandria, VA 
English/French, BA 
Delta Delta Delta, Sig- 
ma Tau Delta. 

HOLLOWAY, 
MAURICE D. 
Jefferson, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Alpha Psi, Trea- 
surer; Minority Council; 
Organizations Commit- 



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tee; Greek Liaison Com- 
mittee; National Associ- 
ation of Black Accoun- 
tants; Intramural 
Sports. 

HOLSONBACK, 
EMORY 
Greenwood, SC 
Agronomy, BS 
Agronomy Club; Gold- 
en Key; Agricultural 
Council. 

HOLT, STEVEN W. 
Allendale, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sig- 
ma; Golden Key; Phi 
Kappa Phi; American 
Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 

HOOD, HARRIET 
ELIZABETH 
Auburn, AL 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
Sigma Lambda Chi; 
Delta Delta Delta; Con- 
structors Guild; Ameri- 
can Institute of Con- 
tractors; National 
Association of Home 
Builders. 

HOOKER, 
MATTHEW W. 
Greenville, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

Alphi Phi Omega; 
American Ceramic Soci- 
ety; Keramos. 

HOOPER, MICHELE L. 
Atlanta. GA 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Society of Women Engi- 
neers; Institute of Elec- 
trical and Electronic 
Engineers; Resident As- 
sistant; Campus Cru- 
sade; Dorm Council. 

HOOPER, RICARDO A. 
Atlanta, GA 
Political Science, BA 
Varsity Football. 

HOPKINS. DEBORAH 
L. 

Crumpton, MD 
Science Teaching, BS 
Sailing Club, Secretary; 
Golden Key. 

HORTON, BARRY S. 
Easley, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS. 

HOSHALL III, FRANK 
A. 

Seneca, SC 

Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

HOWELL. BEVERLY 
Campobello, SC 
Computer Science, BS. 

HOWELL, REGINALD 
Cross, SC 
Industrial Engineering, 



BS 

Omega Psi Phi; Pamoja; 

Institute of Industrial 

Engineers; Pan Greek 

Council. 

HOYLE, WILLIAN 
JOEL 
Shelby, NC 
Animal Science, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho; 
Livestock Judging 
Team; Block and Bridle 
Club. 

HUDGENS, KIMBERLY 
ELAINE 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi. 

HUDGINS, FELICIA G. 
Anderson, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BS 

Council for Exceptional 
Children. 

HUDSON, ANNETTE 
Matthews, NC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Kappa Delta, Vice-Pres- 
ident; Byrnes Dorm 
Council; Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children. 

HUDSON, STEVEN G. 
Sumter, SC 
Management, BS 
American Society of 
Personnel Administra- 
tion; Dorm Council; In- 
tramural Sports. 

HUGGINS, KERT 
Hilton Head Island, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Special Events Com- 
mittee for Uproar '84; 
Whitewater Club, 
President. 

HUGGINS, MIKE L. 
Newberry, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Varsity Baseball; Fel- 
lowship of Christian 
Athletes; Batgirl Selec- 
tion Committee, Chair- 
man; Block C Club; 
Snow Ski Club. 

HUGHES, MYRA 

DEMETRA 
Columbia, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Microbiology Society, 
Treasurer, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Alpha Epsilon 
Delta, Secretary; Delta 
Sigma Theta, Parlia- 
mentarian; Pan Greek 
Council; Bengal Babes; 
Omega Essence, Secre- 
tary. 

HUITT, LYNNE 
Anderson. SC 
Nursing. BS 
Student Nusrses Associ- 



ation; Young Dorm 
Council. 

HULL. KONRAD 
Scotia, NY 

Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. 

HUNTER, MELINDA 
SUE 

Stone Mountain, GA 
Nursing, BS 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Alpha Chi 
Omega; Senior Nursing 
Class Officer; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Student 
Nurses Association. 

HUNTER, WADE 
Central. SC 
Building Science, BS 
National Association of 
Home Builders. 

HURLEBAUS, CHRIS- 
TOPHER EDWARD 
Cincinnati, OH 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Tiger Band; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Finance 
Club; Residence Hall 
Council; Snow Ski Club; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club. 

HURSTON, JULIE 
Roswell, GA 
Finance, BS 
Angel Flight, Region B 
Administrative Officer; 
Phi Gamma Nu; Fi- 
nance Club; Clemson 
Ambassadors. 

Hl'TTO, ANGELA 
HALL 

Greenville, sc 
Secondary Education- 
History, BA 
Alpha Gamma Rho, 
Rho Mate. 

HYLER, ANITA 
ELAINE 
Saluda, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation; Alpha Gamma 
Rho, Rho Mate, Pledge 
Trainer. 



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lACONO, PAUL 
ERNEST 
Sumter, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Biochemistry Club; 
American Chemical So- 
ciety; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon. 

IKELER, MICHAEL P. 
Eustis, FL 
Microbiology, BS 
Sigma Nu; Central Spir- 
it, Co-Director of Spirit 



Blitz; Tiger Band; Iptay 
Student Advisory 
Board; Students 

Against Multiple 
Sclerosis. 

INABINETTE, RAY L. 
Gaffney. SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Society of Black 
Engineers; Kappa Al- 
pha Psi, Board of 
Directors. 

INFINGER, 
REBECCA C. 
St. George, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society; 
Outstanding College 
Students of America; 
Meeting Planners 
International. 

INGRAHAM, MI- 
CHELLE LEZETTE 
Kershaw, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Delta Gamma; Clemson 
Loyalty Fund Student 
Phonathon; Snow Ski 
Club; Residence Hall 
Council. 

IQBALL, ARIF 
Karachi, Pakistan 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American .Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Society for Advance- 
ment of Management. 

ISRAEL, JANICE 
Gaffney, SC 
Mathematical Science, 
BS 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Golden 
Key; Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon; Math Club; Rotary 
Club Scholarship; 
Young American Bowl- 
ing Alliance Scholar- 
ship. 

IVESTER, KATHI 
Belton, SC 

Secondary Education- 
Math, BA 

Intramural Sports; Sail- 
ing Club. 

IVEY, CATHY 
Cowpens, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Golden Key. 



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JACKSON, DEBRA SUE 
Greenville, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 



ation; Sigma Theta Tau. 

JACKSON, WILLIAM 
GLENN 
Mullins, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Wall Street 
South Investment Club; 
Rod and Gun Club; 
Snow Ski Club; Real 
Life Fellowship. 

JACOBY, JEANNE 
MARIE 
Marietta, GA 
French, BA 

WSBF-FM, Business 
Director; Pi Delta Phi, 
President; French Club, 
Vice President; Golden 
Key. 

JASKWHICH, JON 
WILLIAM 
Greenville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Student Traffic Review 
Board; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Army Reserve Officer 
Training Corps; Clem- 
son Rangers. 

JENKINS, BILL 
Clemson, SC 
Parks, Recreation, and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Clemson Ultimate 
Team. 

JENKINS, LISA I. 
Marietta, GA 
Parks. Recreation, and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society, 
Secretary. 

JENNINGS, 
MAUREEN C. 
Munster, IN 
Management, BS 
International Business 
Club; Transportation 
Club; American Society 
for Personnel Adminis- 
trators; Omega Nu. 

JEROME, KAREN 
MARGARET 
Greenville, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Golden 
Key; Kappa Alpha The- 
ta; Student Govern- 
ment, Legal Advisor, 
Trial Court Justice; 
American Marketing 
Association; Finance 
Club. 

JOHNSON, DANA 
Orange Park, FL 
Accounting, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Beta Alpha Psi; Golden 
Key. 

JOHNSON, DEAN 
ALAN 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



501 



Goose Creek, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

JOHNSON, JANINE 
MARIE 
Anderson, SC 
Finance, BS 
Kappa Delta; Account- 
ing Club. 

JOHNSON, KAREN 
LEE 

Bristol, VA 

Computer Information 
Systems, BS 

JOHNSON, MARY 
THERESA 
Charleston, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Pi Beta Phi; Resident 
Assistant; Residence 
Hall Council; Sailing 
Club; South Carolina 
Recreation and Parks 
Society. 

JOHNSON, THEMA N. 
Pensacola, FL 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Gymnastics Club; Bap- 
tist Student Union; Re- 
formed University Fel- 
lowship; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. 

JOLLY, BARBARA SUE 
Edgefield, SC 
Natural Science, BS. 

JOLLY, JAMES DAVID 
Dalton, GA 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Beta Gamma Sigma, 
President; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Army Reserve Offi- 
cer Training Corps, 
Commanding Officer; 
Scabbard and Blade, 
Commanding Officer; 
Golden Key; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Mortar 
Board; Clemson Play- 
ers; Dixie Skydivers; 
Southern Bank/First 
Union Scholarship and 
Award; American Fed- 
eral Bank Award; 
American Legion 
Award; Association of 
the U.S. Army Award; 
Company Leadership 
Award. 

JOLLY, MYRA LYNN 
Darlington, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Golden Key; Society for 
the Advancement of 
Management; American 
Marketing Association; 
Calhoun College; Intra- 
mural Sports, Volley- 
ball, Basketball, and 



Softball; Resident As- 
sistant; Baptist Student 
Union. 

JONES, AMY 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, Public 
Relations Chairman, 
Pledge Chairman; Pi 
Kappa Alpha Dream 
Girl 1987; Calhoun Col- 
lege; Mortar Board; 
Blue Key. 

JONES, ANTHONY 
EMORY 
Easley, SC 

Agricultural Engineer- 
ing, BS 

JONES, BARBARA 
BARKLEY 
Sumter, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi, Report- 
ing Secretary; Delta Sig- 
ma Pi; Accounting Club, 
Vice President; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Presi- 
dent; Phi Eta Sigma, 
Vice President; Snow 
Ski Club; Intramural 
Sports; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Golden Key. 

JONES, DAVID 
ANTHONY 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi, Vice Presi- 
dent; Eta Kappa Nu; In- 
stitute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 
Great Commission Stu- 
dents; Resident Assis- 
tant; Undergraduate 
Teaching Assistant; 
Calhoun College. 

JOSEY, CARL D. 
Conway, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Hapkido Club, Presi- 
dent; Institute of Elec- 
trical and Electronic 
Engineers; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Gamma Delta. 

JOYCE II, WILLIAM 
TERRENCE 
Summerville, SC 
Biochemistry, BS 
Sigma Chi; Biochemis- 
try Club; Calhoun 
College. 

JULIAN, SARAH LEE 
Greenville, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Student Senate; Sailing 
Club; Ski Club; Wom- 
en's Soccer Club; Cen- 
tral Dance and Concert 
Committee. 



K 



KAISER, KATHLEEN J. 
New Providence, NJ 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA. 

KALESCKY, JANINE 
MARIE 
Cranford, NJ 
Accounting, BS 
Golden Key, President; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Points/Fines Chairman; 
Beta Alpha Psi. 

KALMBACH, CHRIS M. 
Phoenixville, PA 
Accounting, BS 

KAPLAN, CHERI LEE 
Miami, FL 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma; Account- 
ing Club. 

KAPUSCIARZ, 
MARY K. 
Springfield, VA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Pi Kappa Phi, Little 
Sister; Society of Wom- 
en Engineers. 

KARMILOVICH, 
JEFFREY M. 
Pittsburgh, PA 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Phi Gamma Delta, 
President; Tau Beta Pi; 
Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Kap- 
pa Phi; Calhoun Col- 
lege; Sailing Club; 
WSBF, Resident 

Assistant. 

KASSIS, JANE 
ANDREA 
Charleston, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi, Vice 
President for Profes- 
sional Activities; Ameri- 
can Marketing Associa- 
tion, Treasurer; Benet 
Dorm Council, Treasur- 
er; Intramural Sports. 

KAY, JOHN 
Greenville, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Kappa Alpha 

KAY, MARTHA A. 
Raleigh, NC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Fellowship of Christian 
Atheletes; Residence 
Hall Council; Women's 
Soccer Club; Reformed 
University Fellowship; 
South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society. 

KEEL, BYRON 
MURRAY 
Barnwell, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 



Tau Beta Pi. 
KELLET, MELISSA 

PEDEN 

Seneca, SC 

Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Math 

Club; Golden Key; Phi 

Delta Phi. 
KELLY, NANCY 

Anderson, SC 

Financial Management, 

BS 

University Chorus. 
KELLY, SUSAN J. 

Southbury, CT 

Mathematical Science, 

BS 

Sigma Tau Epsilon, 

Vice President; Golden 

Key; Pi Mu Epsilon; 

Johnstone A Desk 

Clerk. 
KEMMERLING, JAN 

Ramsey, NJ 

Parks Recreation and 

Tourism Mangement, 

BS 

Varsity Swimming; 

Block 'C Club. 
KENDRICK, NANCY 

JILL 

New EUenton, SC 

Nursing, BS. 
KENNEDY, TERESA 

LYNN 

Fort Mill, SC 

Management, BS 

Rodeo Club, Publicity 

Coordinator; Dorm 

Council; Gamma Sigma 

Sigma. 
KENNEY, JAMES 

ROBERT 

Hartsdale, NY 

Spanish, BA. 
KERSH, 

CHRISTOPHER A. 

Fairfax, VA 

Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Phi Delta Theta; 

Graphic Arts Society. 
KEY, DOUGLASS D. 

Columbia, SC 

Financial Management, 

BS 

Tiger Band; Presbyteri- 
an Student Association, 

President. 
KICKLIGHTER III, 

THOMAS F. 

Charleston, SC 

Civil Engineering, BS 
KILTON, MICHELLE 

Mauldin, SC 

Industrial Engineering, 

BS 

Alpha Chi Omega, 

Treasurer, Assistant 

Treasurer; Resident 

Hall Council; Phi Eta 

Sigma; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Institute of In- 
dustrial Engineers; 

Gamma Alpha Sigma, 

President. 



KIMBRELL, 
TIMOTHY R. 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Tiger Band; Sym- 
phonic Band; Pep Band. 

KINDELAN, VIRGINIA 
Naples, FL 

Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Students Against Multi- 
ple Sclerosis 

KING, NANCY EMILY 
Rock Hill, SC 
Mathematical Science, 
BS 

Alpha Chi Omega; Mor- 
tar Board, Secretary; 
Order of Omega; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Student 
Trial Court; Pi Mu Ep- 
silon, Vice-president; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; 
Mathematical Associa- 
tion of America; Math 
Club. 

KING JR., ROBERT N. 
North Charleston, SC 
Financial Management, 
BA 

Delta Sigma Pi, Chair- 
man of Rituals 
Committee. 

KINOSHITA, NAOKO 
Dallas, TX 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Baptist 
Student Union; Resi- 
dence Hall Reception- 
ist. 

KINSER, KERRY J. 
Greensboro, NC 
Sociology, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Service Chairman, Ac- 
tivities Chairman; 
French Club; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Intramural 
Sports. 

KIRCH JR., ERNEST W. 
Anderson, SC 
Building Science, BS 
American Institute of 
Constructors; Associa- 
tion of General Contrac- 
tors; Constructors 
Guild; Kappa Sigma; 
National Association of 
Homebuilders. 

KIRKBRIDE, DAVID 
Raleigh, NC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Calhoun College; Clem- 
son Ambassador; Amer- 
ican Society of Mechan- 
ical Engineers, Vice- 
chairman; Scuba Club, 
President, Vice-presi- 
dent; Sports Car Club, 
Vice-president, 



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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Secretary. 

KIRKBRIDE, DEBBIE 
Raleigh, NC 
Science Teaching-Biol- 
ogy, BS 

Delta Gamma; Fellow- 
ship of Christian Ath- 
letes; Intramural 
Sports; Student Athlet- 
ic Trainer. 

KIRIAKIDES, 
MICHAEL W. 
Greenville, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Beta Theta Pi. 

KISSNER, ERIK M. 
Plattsburgh, NY 
Building Science, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Constructors Guild; 
American Institute of 
Constructors; National 
Association of Home 
Builders. 

KIT, SHARON 
MARGARET 
North Palm Beach, FL 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sig- 
ma; American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers; Volleyball Club; 
Sailing Club; Phi Kappa 
Phi. 

KLOSE, STEPHANIE 
JOAN 

Glastonbury, CT 
Design, BA 

American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Arnold Air Society; Air 
Force Reserve Officer 
Training Corps; Resi- 
dent Assistant. 

KLUTTZ, ASHLEY 
DAKIN 
Atlanta, GA 
Architecture, BA 
Alpha Delta Pi, Parade 
Chairman, Dixie/Derby 
Chairman, Social Chair- 
man; Sisters of the 
Golden Heart, Vice- 
President. Chaplain; 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers; American Insti- 
tute of Architecture 
Students; Residence 
Hall Council; French 
Club 

KLUTZ, QUINTIN 
ANDRE 
Kannapolis, NC 
Industrial Technology, 
BS 

Varsity Football; Ome- 
ga Psi Phi; Intramural 
Sports. 

KNEBEL, KAREN 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Golden Key; Finance 
Club, Vice-president; 



Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club; Photog- 
raphy Club. 

KNIGHT, TRACY 
ALEXANDER 
Bethune, SC 
Forest Mangement, BS 
Foresty Club; Society of 
American Foresters; 
Mack R. Hayes Foresty 
Award. 

KNOX, TRACIE DAWN 
Jonesville, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Delta Gamma; Short 
Course Committee; 
Council for Exceptional 
Children; Students 
Against Multiple Scle- 
rosis; Management 
Club. 

KOON JR., DAVID E. 
Columbia, SC 
Mathematical Scienc, 
BS 

Golden Key; Alpha Ep- 
silon Delta; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon; Pi Mu Epsilon. 

KOTWIS, JOE 
Warren, OH 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Sailing Club; Intramu- 
ral Sports; Sigma Chi; 
Chess Club; Rally Cat; 
American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

KREBS, HELLE 
CATHRINE 
Mulbaek, Denmark 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Varsity Track and Cross 
Country. 

KUDLOCK, 
TIMOTHY S. 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
University Chorus; 
Madrigal Singers; After 
Six Singers; Mu Beta 
Psi, Vice-president; 
Brothers Court; Nation- 
al Finance Committee; 
The Tiger, Assistant 
Managing Editor; Mor- 
tar Board, Treasurer; 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; 
Accounting Club; Cal- 
houn College. 

KUNKEL, MARK E. 
Syracuse, NY 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

KUTULUS, ERNIE 
Clemson, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Tau Beta Pi; American 
Society of Mechanical 
Engineers; Student 
Government. 



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LACOSTE, SONYA 
Bishopville. SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Phi; Colle- 
giate Big Sister. 

LADY, JOHN T. 
Vienna, VA 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Sigma Chi, President, 
Pledge Trainer; WSBF, 
Disk Jockey, Sports 
Broadcaster; Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club. 

LAHAY, MARK 
ALLISON 
Atlanta, GA 
Electrical Engineering 
Technology, BS 
Society of Engineering 
Technology; Tau Beta 
Pi. 

LAMBERT, DAVID 
Norfolk, VA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Varsity Swimming; 
Snow Ski Team; Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi. 

LAND. W. SCOTT 
Maitland, FL 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Chi Psi; American Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers; 
Chi Epsilon, Secretary; 
Snow Ski Club; Sailing 
Club. 

LANE, HARRY 
Yemassee, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

LARUCHE, MARY 
BRYCE 

John's Island, SC 
Financial Manange- 
ment, BS 

Finance Club; Student 
Senate. 

LATHEM, JUNELLE 
KAREN 
Easly, SC 

Parks Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society; 
Tiger Belles; Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes. 

LATIMER, MICHELLE 
SUZANNE 
Taylors, SC 
English, BA 
Sigma Tau Delta, Presi- 
dent, Secretary-Trea-" 
surer; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Golden Key; Cul- 
tural Committee; Navi- 
gators; Reformed Uni- 
versity Fellowship; 



English Honor Key; 
College of Liberal Arts 
Admissions Committee; 
Department of English 
Curriculum Committee. 

LATTA, STUART A. 
Greer, SC 

Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Intramural 
Sports. 

LAURENT II, 
DANIEL H. 
Charlotte, NC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Chi Psi, Rush Chair- 
man; Institute of Elec- 
trical and Electronic 
Engineers. 

LAWRIMORE, 
ELIZABETH 
Georgetown. SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

Calhoun College; 
George R. MacDonald 
Scholarship; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Council for 
Exceptional Children. 

LAWSON, JOHN F. 
Chalfont, PA 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Varsity Swimming, 
Block 'C Club. 

LAYTON, KERRY H. 
Enoree, SC 

Industrial Technology 
Education, BS 
Iota Lambda Sigma, 
Vice-pesident. 

LEACH, LISA ANN 
Spartanburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Tau Beta Pi; American 
Society of Mechanical 
Engineers, P^undraising 
Chairman; Trial Court; 
Legal Advisor; Student 
Senate; Greek Affairs 
committee; Traffic and 
Grounds Committee; 
Society of Woman Engi- 
neers; College Republi- 
cans; Wall Street South 
Investment Club. 

LEBEAU, JEFFREY 
SCOTT 

Bloomington, IN 
English, BA 
Varsity Swimming; All 
ACC Swim Team; Sig- 
ma Tau Delta; English 
Club, Vice-president: 
Block 'C Club; ACC 
Honor Roll. 

LEDBETTER, PATRI- 
CIA MICHELLE 
Columbia, SC 
English, BA 
English Club. 

LEE, JEFFRY 
STEWART 
West Pelzer, SC 



English, BA 

The Tiger, Staff Writer. 

LEFEVRE, SUSAN 
ADELE 

Gaithersburg, MD 
Food Science/Nutrition, 
BS 

Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Vice-president; Delta 
Sigma Nu; Alpha Delta 
Pi, Social Chairman; 
Golden Key; Soccer 
Side Kick. 

LEONARD, JULIA A. 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Panhellenic Delegate, 
Treasurer, Alumni Di- 
rector; Clemson Danc- 
ers, President; Student 
Government; Greek 
Liason Director; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon Little 
Sister. 

LEONARD, PATRICK 
O'DONNELL 
Cohasset, MA 
Civil Engineer, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

LEONARD, REGINA M. 
Chalham Township, NJ 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurse's Associ- 
ation, Community 
Health Officer; Delta 
Gamma; Residence Hall 
Council; Student 
Senate. 

LEOPARD, CRAIG 
Lancaster, SC 
Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

Golden Key; American 
Institute of Chemical 
Engineers. 

LESLEY, JULIE 
Easley, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Kappa Delta, President; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Blue Key; American So- 
ciety for Personnel 
Aministration, Presi- 
dent; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Mortar Board; 
Order of Omega; Dean's 
Student Advisory Com- 
mittee, Secretary; Pan- 
hellenic Council; Stu- 
dent Alumni Council; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Greek 
Leadership Day Execu- 
tive Committee. 

LESTER, MELISA ANN 
Clover, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Sigma Gamma; 
Residence Committee; 
Intramural Sports; Ac- 
counting Club. 

LEVERETTE, ROBERT 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



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DAVID 
Hartwell, GA 
Biochemistry, BS 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 

LEVY, JAQUELINE 
LEE 

Manning, SC 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, 
Assistant Dean of 
Pledges; Institute of In- 
dustrial Engineers; 
Bengal Babes; Clemson 
Ambassadors. 

LEWIS, DAVID M. 
Aiken, SC 
Accounting, BS 
WSBE, Disk Jockey; Ti- 
ger Band; Accounting 
Club; Wall Street South 
Investment Club. 

LEWIS II, FULTON 
DEWITT 
Darlington, SC 
English/Pre -dentistry, 
BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sec- 
retary, Rush Chairman; 
Sigma Tau Delta; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon; Golden 
Key. 

LEWIS, GARY E. 
Roswell, GA 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; The Tiger; Fi- 
nance Club; Investment 
Club; Central Dance 
and Concert Commit- 
tee; Student Services. 

LEWIS, WILLIAM E. 
Fairmont, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club, Board 
of Directors. 

LILES. ANDREW 
REESE 
Marietta, GA 
Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Lacrosse Club; Weight 
Club; Data Processing 
Management Associa- 
tion, Speaker Chair- 
man; Tae Kwon Do; In- 
tramural Sports; Tiger 
Band. 

LITTLE, LISA J. 
Rock Hill, SC 
Accounting Club. 

LITTLEJOHN, THOM- 
AS KENNETH 
Greenville, SC 
History, BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Pledge Educator. 

LLOYD, KIMBERLY A. 
Norcross, GA 
Management, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
American Marketing 
Association. 

LOME, LANA 
Belton, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 



cation, BA. 

LONG, DARLA KAY 
Simpsonville, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Kappa Delta; American 
Production and Inven- 
tory Control Society, 
Secretary- Treasurer; 
American Society of 
Personnel 
Administration. 

LONG, HAVEN KAY 
Greenwood, SC 
Secondary Education- 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Rally Cat, Captain; Al- 
pha Tau Omega Calen- 
der Girl. 

LONGING, FRANCES E. 
Dublin, GA 

Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Society of 
Women Engineers; Un- 
dergraduate Teaching 
Assistant. 

LOTHRIDGE, STEVE 
Laurens, SC 
Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Tiger Band; Pep Band. 

LOVIN, GINGER E. 
Lancaster, SC 
Horticulture Club; 
Campus Crusade. 

LUBKIN III, 
WALTER F. 
Beaufort, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 
Beta Theta Pi. 

LUCE, WILLIAM 
ARTHUR 
Columbia, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Kappa Alpha; Intramu- 
ral Sports; Student 
Traffic Review Board. 

LUCIANI, 
CHRISTINE L. 
Laurens, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS. 

LUPOLD, AMY 
ELIZABETH 
Holly Hill, SC 
Secondary Education- 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Delta; Psycholo- 
gy Club; Council for Ex- 
ceptional Children. 

LUSK, KATHRYN 
REBECCA 
Columbia, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Finance 
Club. 

LUSK, MICHAEL JOHN 
Walhalla, SC 
French, BA 

Chronicle, Business 
Manager, Editor-in- 
Chief, Features Editor; 



The Tiger; French Club; 
International Business 
Club; Coalition for Stu- 
dent Rights. 

LUSTIG, BARBARA A. 
Sumpter, SC 
Nursing, BS. 

LYNCH, SHARON J. 
Greenville, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

Society of Women Engi- 
neers; American Ceram- 
ic Society; Geology 
Club; Adventurer's 
Guild. 

LYONS, ARDISSON L. 
St. Petersburg, FL 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Sailing Club; Chi 
Psi, Interfraternity 
Council Delegate, Intra- 
mural Sports. 

LYONS, MICHELLE 
Setauket, NY 
Psychology/Sociology, 
BS 

Alpha Chi Omega; Psi 
Chi, President; Psychol- 
ogy Club, Vice-presi- 
dent; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Calhoun 
College; Ernest Jewell 
Hardesty Moore Award 
in Psychology. 



M 



MACKEY, DARRYL 

Huntersville, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club; Finance 
Club; Executive Com- 
mittee; Dixie Skydivers. 

MADDEN, SCOTT W. 
Columbia, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Finance Club, Treasur- 
er; Investment Club, 
Board Member; Delta 
Sigma Pi, Golden Key. 

MAGLISCEAU, 
JEANNIE 
New Canaan, CT 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Delta Gamma, Activi- 
ties Chairman; Resident 
Assistant; Panhellenic 
Council; Greek Liason 
Committee. 

MAHON, WILLIAM 
HENRY 
Gray Court, SC 
Management, BS 
Intramural Sports, 



Coach; Softball. 

MAJOR, ERNIE 
Honea Path, SC 
Agricultural Education, 
BS 

Alpha Tau Alpha, Sec- 
retary-Treasury; Alpha 
Zeta; Collegiate Future 
Farmers of America; 
Block and Bridle Club. 

MALPASS, LAURIE 
ANN 

Spartanburg, SC 
Secondary Education- 
English, BA 
Central Dance and Con- 
cert Committe; Univer- 
sity Chorus. 

MALPHRUS, MAMIE I. 
Garnett, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Tiger Band; Mu Beta 
Psi, Historian; Wesley 
Foundation. 

MALUSA, GINA 
Florence, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

MANGELS, 
CYNTHIA A. 
Ridgefield, CT 
Nursing, BS 
Coffee House, Chair- 
man; Young Dorm 
Council, Vice-president. 

MARBERT, 
MELANIE V. 
Summerville, SC 
Food Science, BS 
Institute of Food Tech- 
nologist; Food Science 
Club, President; Agri- 
cultural Council; Bap- 
tist Student Union. 

MARIE, PAULA 
Chapin, SC 

Parks Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society, 
Vice-president; Delta 
Gamma, Corresponding 
Secretary; Dorm Coun- 
cil. 

MARSHALL, ELAINE 
JUDITH 

Clydebank, Scotland 
English/History, BA 
Sigma Tau Delta, Vice- 
president. 

MARSHALL, JOHN 
DARRYL 
Denville, NJ 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment, Social Chairman; 
American Marketing 
Association; Club Soc- 
cer; Intramural Sports. 

MARSHALL, LISA 
JEAN 



Sumter, SC 
Nursing, BS. 

MARSHALL, WILLIAM 
ALLEN 
Columbia, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Sailing Club; Snow Ski 
Club. 

MARTIN, ERIC B. 
Greenville, SC 
Textile Management, 
BS 

American Association 
for Textile Technology; 
Kappa Alpha Psi; Dor- 
mitory Council; Elec- 
tions Board Committee; 
Clemson University So- 
ciety for Black Engi- 
neers. 

MARTIN, KIM JEAN 
Mount Pleasant, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsi- 
lon; Phi Kappa Phi; 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

MARTIN, MARTIN 
HUSKEY 
Florence, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Reformed Uni- 
versity Fellowship. 

MARTIN, M. LYNN 
Norcross, GA 
Computer Science, BS 
Association for Com- 
puting Machinery, Sec- 
retary, Newsletter Edi- 
tor; Alpha Chi Omega, 
Social Chairman, Exec- 
utive Council, Pledge 
Guidance Staff; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon; Consulting 
and Technical Services; 
Information Systems 
Development. 

MARTIN, ROLFE 
MILLAR 
Walterboro, SC 
Management, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega; Uni- 
versity Supreme Court; 
Order of Omega; Stu- 
dent Traffic Review 
Board. 

MARTIN, SARAH 
LYNN 
Central, SC 

Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

American Production 
and Inventory Control 
Society; Calhoun Col- 
lege. 

MASON, JANE 
EWBANK 
Gastonia, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 
Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha 



504 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Delta Pi, Song Leader. 

MASON, JODI KIM 
Bethesda, MA 
Administrative Mana- 
gement/Marketing, BS 
Delta Gamma; Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management; American 
Marketing Association; 
Snow Ski Club; B'nai 
B'rith. 

MATHEWS, ARON B. 
Chester, SC 
Economics, BS 
Phi Gamma Nu. 

MAY III, RALPH C. 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Data Processing Man- 
agement Association; 
Association for Com- 
puter Machinery, Vice- 
president; Consulting 
and Technical Services. 

MAYFIELD, SHELLY 
Gaffney. SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Council for Exceptional 
Children. 

MCABEE, PAMELA 
CAROLINE 
Greenville, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Alpha Delta Pi, Trea- 
surer; Data Processing 
Management Associa- 
tion, Treasurer; South 
Carolina Student 
Legislature. 



MCALL JR., LESTER 
Honea Path, SC 
Agricultural Education, 
BS 

Alpha Tau Alpha, Pres- 
ident; Alpha Zeta; Col- 
legiate Future Farmers 
of America; Block and 
Bridle. 

MCCASKILL III, 
CECIL L. 
Camden, SC 
Agricultural Mechina- 
zation and Business, BS 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Student 
Mechanization Club. 

MCCLAIN, DAVID 
NEWTON 
Mooresville, NC 
Industrial Education, 
BS 

Football Manager, 
Manager of the Year, 
Field Captain, Head 
Student Manager. 

MCCORKLE, JOHN 
BARRY 

Summerville, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

MCCRAVY, HOLLY 
Columbia, SC 
Zoology, BS 
Zoology Club; Wildlife 
Club; Biological Science 
Club; Outing Club. 

MCDONALD, ANSLEY 
Winston Salem, NC 



Student Nurses 

Association. 

MCDONALD, JAMA M. 
Newport, TN 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Assistant Rush Recrea- 
tion Chairman, Vice- 
president Efficiency; 
Student Senate, Greek 
Liason Committee, Or- 
ganizations Committee, 
Academic Grievance 
Committee; Psychology 
Club; Psi Chi. 

MCDONALD, KEITH M. 
Hanahan, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Finance Club; Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club; Student 
Services, Assistant Di- 
rector 

MCDONALD, 
WALLACE LEWIS 
Hanahan, SC 
Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; 
Tau Beta Pi. 

MCDOWELL III, LEWIS 
EDWARD 
Paulina, SC 

Ornamental Horticul- 
ture, BS 
Horticulture Club. 

MCELROY JR., 
MILTON 
Gaffney, SC 



Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Chi 
Epsilon. 

MCELVEEN, JOHN 
DAVID 
Kingstree, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Na- 
tional Defense Trans- 
portation Association; 
Transpotation Club, 
Programs Director. 

MCFADDEN, PAUL 
Rock Hill, SC 
Management, SC 
Kappa Alpha Psi, Presi- 
dent; Dorm Council; 
Elections Board Com- 
mittee. 

MCFALL, ROBIN 

BUNTON 
Williamston, SC 
Secondary Education, 
BA 

Sigma Tau Delta; Gold- 
en Key. 

MCFALLS, DEBRA A. 
Summerville, SC 
Architecture, BA 
Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; American Insti- 
tute of Architecture 
Students; Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma; Tau Beta 
Sigma; Mu Beta Psi. 

MCFARLAND, LYNN 
Melbourne, FL 
Financial Management, 
BS 




Finance Club, Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club. 

MCGILL, WILLIAM W. 
New Ellenton, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Tigerama Scholarship; 
Calhoun College; Model 
United Nations Club, 
President; Student Gov- 
ernment, Senator; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Ger- 
man Club, Treasurer. 

MCGREGOR JR., 
SAM E. 
Hopkins, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
Dairy Science Club, 
President; Agricultural 
Council, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Alpha Zeta, 
Censor; Presbyterian 
Student Association, 
Service Chairman, Food 
Chairman; Westminis- 
ter Fellowship, Modera- 
tor; CoUgiate Brother- 
hood for Youth. 

MCINNES, MARK W. 
Phoenix, MD 
Zoology, BS 
Theta Chi. 

MCINTYRE, 
KIMBERLEE 
Ocala, FL 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurse's Associ- 
ation, Second Vice- 
president. 

MCKENRICK JR., 
JAMES H. 



These architecture 
students are getting 
into the "spirit" of 
things at Beaux Arts. 



George Michael Nelon 



SENIOR DIRECTORY X. 505 



>:il Engineering, 

Tiger Band, Drum Ma- 
jor; Mu Beta Psi, Co- 
munication Chairman; 
Institute of Industrial 
Engineers; Aerobics 
Instructor. 

MCKENZIE, CURTIS 
Conway, SC 
Architecture, BA 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Tau Sigma Delta; 
TAPS; Gospel Choir, 
Supply Sergeant; James 
F. Byrnes Scholar; R. C. 
Edwards; Abney Schol- 
ar; Trinity United 
Methodist Scholar; 
Harry /Georgetown 
Home Builders Associa- 
tion Scholar. 

MCKINNEY, CAREY M. 
Ft. Myers, FL 
Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Arnold Air Society; 
Scabbard and Blade, 
Vice Commander. 

MCLANE, DONNA 
SMITH 
Aiken, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Phi Theta Kappa. 

MCLENDON, ANNE 
Albany, GA 

Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta; In- 
stitute of Industrial En- 
gineer; Society of Wom- 
en Engineers. 

MCLEOD, WALKER W. 
Chapin, SC 

Ornamental Horticul- 
ture, BS 

Horticulture Club, 
Secretary. 

MCMAHON, LISA 
MICHEL 
Clemson, SC 
History/Fine Arts, BA 
Alpha Chi Omega, Pan- 
hellenic Delegate, De- 
velopment Chairperson. 

MCMAHAN, MARY 
JANE 
Seneca, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; American Mar- 
keting Association. 

MCMANN, DAVID 
JAMES 
Blue Point, NY 
Industrial Education, 
BS 

Chi Psi, Executive 
Committee Member, 
Pledge Educator; Inter- 
Fraternity Council Del- 
egate, Assistant Home- 
coming Chairman; Iota 
Lambda Sigma, Presi- 



dent, National Honor- 
ary Group. 

MCMANUS JR., 
LAWRENCE F. 
Prosperity, SC 
Student Union, Board 
Member, Travel Com- 
mittee Chairman; Dixie 
Skydivers; Omega Mu. 

MCMILLAN, ANGELA 
Bamberg, SC 
Zoology, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Standards Board, Pan- 
hellenic Delegate; 
Greek Relations Com- 
mittee. 

MCMILLAN, KATHY 
ELAINE 
Greer, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Resident Assistant; Stu- 
dent Nurses Associa- 
tion; Residence Hall 
Council. 

MCMILLAN, SCOTT 
Elkton, MD 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Tiger Band; Phi Kappa 
Phi, Vice-president; 
Tau Beta Pi; Mu Beta 
Psi; Calhoun College; 
Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Clemson Com- 
puter Society; R.F. 
Poole Scholarship Re- 
cipient; Honorary 
Demon. 

MCNAIR, JENNIFER 
Convent Station, NJ 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Tiger Band, Sigma Chi 
Little Sister. 

MCNEELY, CHRIS 
Easly, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS. 

MEALY, MARK 
Anderson, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Beta Theta Pi; Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Golden 
Key; Finance Club. 

MEATH, KEVIN G. 
Midland, MI 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Eta Kappa Nu; 
WSBF; Rugby Club. 

MEDFORD, PENNI J. 
Waynesville, NC 
Mathmatical Sciences, 
BS 

Golden Key; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon; Pi Mu Ep- 
silon; Kappa Dleta; 
Math Club, President; 
Freshman Mathmatics 
Award. 

MEINTJES, HILLARY 
Clemson, SC 



Nursing, BS 
Sigma Theta Tau; Gam- 
ma Sigma Sigma; Sail- 
ing Club; Snow Ski 
Club; Whitewater Club; 
Outdoor Recreation 
Committee. 

MENTNECH, PATTI A. 
Woodbourne, NY 
Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

Phi Theta Kappa; Stu- 
dent Government, Sen- 
ator; Block and Bridle 
Club; Math Club; Coun- 
cil for Exceptional 
Children. 

MERCHANT, JAYESH 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Golden Key; Eta 
Kappa Nu; Electrical 
Engineering Honor 
Roll. 

MERRITT, TONI 
Greenwood, SC 
Science Teaching, BS 
Chi Omega; Central 
Spirit. 

METTS, DONNA M. 
Moncks Corner, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; American Society 
of Safety Engineers. 

MEYER, PAUL W. 
Hanahan, SC 
Archtecture, BA. 

MIKELL II, CHARLES 
DONALD 
Mckeesport, PA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Bowl- 
ing Club, Secretary. 

MIKULCIK, STAGEY A. 
Voorhees, NJ 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Kappa Delta Pi; Ger- 
man Honor Society; 
Womens' Soccer Club; 
Council for Exceptional 
Children; Model United 
Nations; Honors Coun- 
cil; Dorm Council; 
Catholic Student Asso- 
ciation, President; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta. 

MILAZZO, MICHELE A. 
Charlotte, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega; Beta Theta 
Pi Little Sister; Match- 
mate; Central Spirit. 

MILLER, JONA J. 
St. Augustine, FL 
Political Science, BA 
Model United Nations; 
Pi Sigma Alpha; Mortar 
Board; Spanish Club. 



MILLER, KELLEY E. 
Kingstree, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Pi Mu Epsilon; Math 
Club; Sailing Club. 

MILLER, STAGEY 0. 
Easley, SC 

Elementry Education, 
BA 

Kappa Delta, Baptist 
Student Union; Central 
Spirit. 

MIMS, ANGELA 
DENISE 
Anderson, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

American Nuclear Soci- 
ety, Secretary. 

MISHOE, PHILLIP 
DWAYNE 
Charleston, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Dorm Council; Ac- 
counting Club; Intra- 
mural Sports; Tae 
Kwon Do Club, 
Treasurer. 

MITCHELL, GORDON 
SCOTT 
Atkinson, NH 
Accounting, BS. 

MITCHELL, GRACE 
ANN 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Alpha Tau Omega Lit- 
tle Sister; Technical As- 
sociation of the Graphic 
Arts. 

MITCHELL, KIRIN 
Clemson, SC 
Parks Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Resident Assistant; Re- 
formed University 
Fellowship. 

MIXON, RHONDA 
LAURA 
Logansville, Ga 
Parks Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Alpha Delta Pi; Colle- 
giate Big Sister. 

MIZE, RHONDA L. 
Seneca, SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA. 

MOBLEY, ROBERT 
EDEL 

Orangebury, SC 
Architecture, BA 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students. 

MOGELLUZZO, 
MARK P. 
Baltimore, MD 
Computer Science, BS 
Chi Psi, Treasurer; As- 
sociation for Computing 
Machinery; The Tiger. 

MONTGOMERY, LORI 
Huntsville, AL 
Computer Information 
Systems, BS 



Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Golden Key; Sigma Chi 
Little Sister; Tour 
Guide. 

MONTGOMERY, MAR- 
THA ELIZABETH 
Severna Park, MA 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Gamma; Student 
Government, Treasurer; 
Accounting Club. 

MOORE II, DAVID 
RICHARD 
Irmo, SC 
Design, BA 

Tiger Band; Pep Band; 
Jazz Band; Tau Sigma 
Delta; American Insti- 
tute of Architecture 
Students. 

MOORE, DEBI 
Anderson, SC 
Dairy Science, BS 
Kappa Delta, Merchan- 
dise Chaiman, Secre- 
tary, Reference Chair- 
man; Alpha Zeta, 
Chronicler, Chancellor; 
Pre-vet Club, Treasur- 
er, Ride Chairman; 
Dairy Science Club, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

MOORE, LEIA DANE 
Hartsville, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Chi Epsilon, Newsletter 
Editor; American Soci- 
ety of Civil Engineers. 

MOORE, SONJA 
DENISE 

Simpsonville , SC 
Sociology, BA 
Sociology Club, Presi- 
dent. 

MOORE, WAYNE 
HAROLD 
Greenville, SC 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
Constructor's Guild, 
President; Sigma Lamb- 
da Chi; Association of 
General Contractors; 
American Institute of 
Contractors. 

MORABITO, 
MICHELLE 
Rock Hill, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Kappa Delta, Pledge 
Class President, Assis- 
tant Vice-President, 
Vice-President, Public 
Relations Chairman; 
Central Spirit, Graphics 
Committee; Order of 
Omega, Vice-President, 
Rush Counselor; Sigma 
Nu Smoker Girl. 

MORGA JR., 
MICHAEL J. 
Smithtown, NY 
Accounting, BS 
TAPS, Photographer. 

MORGAN, EDWARD 
SCOTT 



506 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



Franklin Lakes, NJ 
Management. BS 
Kappa Sigma; Student 
Government; Dixie Sky 
Divers; Outing Club; 
Central Spirit. 

MORGAN. JANET 
Indianapolis, IN 
Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; 
Tau Beta Pi; Golden 
Key; Calhoun College; 
Association for Stu- 
dents in Turmoil, 
President. 

MORGAN, PORTER P. 
Ramsey, NJ 
Physics, BS 

Alpha Tau Omega, Re- 
cording Secretary. 

MORRIS JR., HAROLD 
LEWIS 

Spartanburg, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Sports 
Car Club. 

MORRIS JR., MACEOG. 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Sports Car Club, Intra- 
mural Sports. 

MORRIS, VERNON 
SCOTT 
Rock Hill, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega, 
Alumni Secretary; 
Clemson Ambassador; 
American Marketing 
Association; Student 
Government, Special 
Events Committee; 
Peer Leadership Coun- 
cil; Dorm Council. 

MORRISON, PATTI 
Richburg, SC 
English, BA 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Editor, Recording Sec- 
retary; Sigma Tau 
Delta. 

MORSE, ROBERT 
Oakdale, NY 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Golden 
Key; Phi Eta Sigma; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; 
American Association of 
Cost Engineers; Insti- 
tute of Industrial Engi- 
neers; Calhoun College. 

MORTON, HOLLY 
Moorestown, NJ 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Resident Assistant; 
American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, 
Treasurer; Society of 
Women Engineers, 
President; Field Hockey 
Club. 

MOSS, KELLEY 



ELIZABETH 
Fountain Inn, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Accounting Club. 

MOSTELLER, MER- 
EDITH SHANNON 
Gaffney, SC 
Chemistry. BS 
Pi Beta Phi, Vice-presi- 
dent of Mental .Ad- 
vancement, Song Chair- 
man, Censor, Derby 
Day Chairman, Greek 
Week Planning Com- 
mittee; Sigma Chi Little 
Sister. Social Chairman; 
American Chemical So- 
ciety; Phi Eta Sigma. 

MULLINAX, JIMMY 
LEE 

Blacksburg, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Finance Club; Intramu- 
ral Sports. 

MULLIS, SAM T. 
Lancaster, SC 
Architecture Design, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students. 

MURARI, ANJALI 
Fairfax, VA 

Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Chi Omega; Golden 
Key; International 
Business Club. 

murphree, jill 
elizabp:th 

Myrtle Beach, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 
Alpha Delta Pi. 

MURRAY, LISA D. 
Summerville, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

University Chorus; Mu 
Beta Psi, Alumni 
Chairperson. 

MYERS, DEBORAH 
MARIE 
Augusta, GA 
Zoology, BS 
Golden Key; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Sigma Tau Epsilon; 
TAPS, Organizations 
Editor, Editor-in-Chief; 
Iptay Student Advisory 
Board; Theta Alpha 
Delta, Assistant Demon. 

MYERS, KENNETH E. 
Sumter, SC 

Ellectrical Engineering, 
BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Kappa Sigma. 



N 



NALLEY, ANTHONY R. 
Prosperity, SC 



Economics, BS 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club. 

NAPPI, ROBERT E. 
Williston Park, NY 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Chi Psi: Institute of 
Electrical and Electron- 
ic Engineers. 

NASH, EVA 0. 
Pampano Beach, FL 
Elementary Education, 
BA. 

NAURIGHT, WESLEY 
ALLEN 

North Augusta, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 
Tiger Band. 

NEAL. ELIZABETH 
LEIGH 

Gaithersburg, MD 
Secondary Education- 
English, BA 
Latter-Day Saint Stu- 
dent Association, Presi- 
dent; Sailing Club; Sig- 
ma Chi Little Sister. 

NEAL, SHEILA RENEE 
Woodruff, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing. BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Society of Women Engi- 
neers; Residence Hall 
Council. 

NEELY, ELLEN DIANE 
Rock Hill, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Dorm Council, Presi- 
dent; Society of Ameri- 
can Military Flngineers, 
Secretary; Scabbard 
and Blade, P'inance Of- 
ficer; Arnold Air Soci- 
ety, Administrative Of- 
ficer, Affairs Officer; Air 
Force Reserve Officer 
Training Corps; Deputy 
Commander for Sup- 
port, Color Guard; Na- 
tional Military Order of 
the World Wars Award. 

NELSON, JOE 
Clinton, SC 

Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Presi- 
dent; Toastmasters, Ad- 
ministrative Vice-Presi- 
dent; Central Spirit, 
Director; Tiger Brother- 
hood; Order of Omega; 
Interfraternity Council; 
Peer Leadership Task 
Force. 

NEWTON, KATHRYN 
MOULES 
Anderson, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS. 

NICHOLSON, JIMMY 
Columbia, SC 
Argicultural Economics, 



BS 

Tiger Band; Fencing 
Club; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club. 

NICHOLSON, 
RICHARD C. 
Wauchula, FL 
Computer Information 
Systems. BS 
Student Body Vice- 
President; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, President, 
Missions Fundraising 
Chairman; South Caro- 
lina Baptist Student 
Unions, President; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Mor- 
tar Board; Calhoun Col- 
lege; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Alpha Lambda Delta. 

NICHOLSON, SHERRY 
ALEXANDER 
Central, SC 
Management, BS 
Golden Key; Beta Gam- 
ma Sigma; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta. 

NIMMER, WILLIAM J. 
Ridgeland, SC 
Management, BS. 

NIX, CHERYL RENEE 
Clemson, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Varsity Basketball; Fel- 
lowship of Christian 
Athletes. 

NIX, MICHAEL 
Williston, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS. 

NORRIS, SHERRYE 
ANN 

Wallace, SC 
F^arly Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

Kappa Delta, Sister- 
hood Chairman; Coun- 
cil for Exceptional Chil- 
dren; Residence Hall 
Council. 

NORTON, KIMBERLY 
ANNE 
Inman, SC 
English, BA 
The Tiger, Features 
Editor, Interim News 
Flditor, Assistant News 
Editor; Catholic Stu- 
dent Association, Secre- 
tary, Public Relations 
Chairman. 

NOWLIN, MARGARET 
ANNE 

Oak Ridge, TN 
Computer Science, BS 
Mu Beta Psi; Calhoun 
College; Tiger Band. 

NUGENT, SUZANNE 
MAY 

Stone Mountain, GA 
Marketing, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Vice-President of 
Pledge Class, Panhel- 
lenic Delegate; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Phi Eta 



Sigma; Blue Key; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; 
American Marketing 
Association. 



o 



O'BRIEN, NANCI 
Rockville, MD 
Political Science, BA 
Delta Gamma, Loyalty 
Fund; Student Phon- 
athon; Student Govern- 
ment, Junior Com- 
mittee. 

O'COUN, DAVID 
STEEDLY 
Orangeburg. SC 
Horticulture, BS 
Kappa Sigma. Social 
Chairman; Alpha Zeta. 

OGLESBY, BELINDA 
LEE 

Holly Hill, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 
Tiger Band. 

O'LEARY, SEAN 
Elmira. NY 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 
Campus Outreach. 

OLIVER, SUZETTE M. 
Easley. SC 

Elementary Education, 
BA 

Bengal Babes; Phi 
Gamma Delta Little 
Sister; College Repub- 
licans. 

ONAN, JONATHON 
Columbia, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Arnold Air 
Society; Resident 
Assistant. 

O'NEIL, MICHAEL 
PAUL 

Sherborn, MA 
Management, BS. 

ORENSTEIN, GARY 
STEPHEN 
Brookeville, MD 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; In- 
stitute of Industrial En- 
gineers; Weight Club. 

ORMOND, JAMES R. 
Roswell, GA 
Chemistry, BS 
American Chemical 
Society. 

OSBORNE, MICHELE 
LEAH 

Andover, MA 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Chi Omega; Society for 
Advancement of Man- 
agement; Intramural 
Softball. 

OSMER JR., THOMAS 



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507 



M. 

Lexington, SC 

Financial Management, 

BS 

Alpha Phi Omega; Resi- 
dent Assistant. 
OUTHOUS, DAVID J. 

Berwyn, PA 

Computer Information 

Systems, BS 

Resident Assistant; 

Residence Hall Council; 

Resident Hall Associa- 
tion. 
OUTLAW, MICHAEL L. 

Lancaster, SC 

Ceramic Engineering, 

BS 

Pershing Rifles; Club 

Football. 
OVERSTREET, MARK 

EVAN 

Belvedere, SC 

Chemical Engineering, 

BS 

American Institute of 

Chemical Engineers; 

Films and Video 

Committee. 
OWINGS, MELANEE 

Greenwood, SC 

Secondary Education- 
Psychology, BA. 



P 



PACE, MARION 
KENNETH 
Ladson, SC 

Building Science and 
Management, BS. 

PADGETT, JOHN 
BREWTON 
Varnville, SC 
English, BA 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Calhoun College, News- 
letter Co-Editor; The 
Tiger, Copy Editor; Sig- 
ma Tau Epsilon; Sigma 
Tau Delta; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Kappa Kappa 
Klutz for Softball. 

PAGE, CATHERINE 
ANN 

Chesterfield, SC 
Marketing, BS 
American Marketing 
Association. 

PAINTER, MIKE 
Charleston, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Association for Com- 
puting Machinery. 

PAMPLIN, MARY 
DREW 

Myrtle Beach, SC 
Design, BA 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Fraternity Education 
Chairman; Pi Kappa Al- 
pha Smoker Girl; Intra- 
mural Sports; American 
Institute of Architec- 



ture Students. 

PARKER, JULIE ANN 
Edgefield, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma 
Theta Tau; Student 
Nurses Association; 
Golden Key. 

PARKER, SCOTT 
Spartanburg, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Eta Kappa Nu. 

PARKER, TONY C. 
Casseti, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Block and Bridle Club, 
Secretary, Marshall; Al- 
pha Zeta; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 

PARKER, WALTER 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
International Business 
Club; American Society 
of Metals; Intramural 
Sports. 

PARMENTER, 
HEATHER I. 
Madison, CT 
English, BA 
WSBF, Program Direc- 
tor, Promotion Direc- 
tor, Disc Jockey; Italian 
Club; Media Board. 

PASSILLA JR., 
JAMES P. 
Windermere, FL 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Tau Beta Pi; American 
Society of Mechanical 
Engineers; Intramural 
Sports; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

PATRICK JR., THOMAS 
LUTHER 
North Augusta, SC 
Textile Management, 
BS 

Phi Psi Iota, President; 
Golden Key; Residence 
Hall Council, Advisor; 
South Carolina Textile 
Manufacturers Award. 

PATTERSON, LEORA 
CAROLINE 
Greenville, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Delta Pi; Council 
for Exceptional Chil- 
dren. 

PAYNE, EDWARD 
Walhalla, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Institute of 
Electrical and Electron- 
ic Engineers. 

PEAKE, C. LEIGH 
Columbia, SC 



Financial Management, 
BS 

PEARCE, 

KIMBERLY E. 
Conway, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Delta Gamma, Panhel- 
lenic Rush Counselor, 
Vice-President: Rush; 
Student Government, 
Legal Advisor, Organi- 
zations Committee, Tri- 
al Court; Psychology 
Club. 

PELFREY, MARY L. 
Walhalla, SC 
French/Economics, BA 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; 
French Club, President; 
International Business 
Club; Wall Street South 
Investment Club; Snow 
Ski Club; Golden Key; 
Michelin Grant. 

PEREYO, IVONNE E. 
North Augusta, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Toastmasters; Tiger 
Band. 

PERREWE, MARSHA 
ANN 

Prospect Heights, IL 
Management, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi, Histori- 
an; Society for Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment, Treasurer; 
American Marketing 
Association; Intramural 
Sports. 

PERRY, PETER J. 
Kingston, NY 
Computer Science, BS 
Lacrosse Club; Associa- 
tion of Computing 
Machinery. 

PETROFF, 
JACQUELINE M. 
Rock Hill, SC 
Secondary Education- 
Spanish, BA 
Council for Exceptional 
Children; Spanish Club; 
Dixie Sky Divers. 

PETTIGREW, 
MARVELYN 
Columbia, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Theta; Na- 
tional Action Council 
for Minority Engineers 
Scholarship; Society of 
Black Engineers; Cen- 
tral Dance and Concert 
Committee. 

PFEIFFER, ROBERT 
JOHN 

Charlotte, NC 
Sociology, BA 
Sociology Club, Secre- 
tary/Treasurer; Insti- 
tute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 



Student Police; Resi- 
dence Hall Council. 

PHILLIPS JR., 
JIMMIE B. 
Greenwood, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Baptist Student Union, 
Fellowship/Social 
Chairman; American 
Society of Mechanical 
Engineers. 

PHILLIPS, JOHN 
ROBERT 
College Park, GA 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Clemson Rangers; Na- 
tional Defense Trans- 
portation Association; 
Daughter of Founders 
and Patriots of America 
Medal; Reserve Officer 
Training Corps. 

PIERCE, STERLING B. 
Beaufort, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Phi Delta Theta, War- 
den, Interfraternity 
Council Delegate, 
Scholarship Chairman; 
Club Football; Interfra- 
ternity Council, Vice- 
President. 

PINSON, JOHN ANSEL 
Honea Path, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Clemson Players; Amer- 
ican Society of Mechan- 
ical Engineers; Alpha 
Gamma Delta; Baptist 
Student Union. 

PITTMAN, 
RICHARD D. 
Lyman, SC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architectural Students. 

POOLE, MARY BETH 
Charleston, SC 
Animal Science, BS 
Collegiate Big Sisters; 
Pre-Veterinary Club; 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Pledge Class President, 
First Friday Chairman, 
Editor; Sanders Dorm 
Council, Public Rela- 
tions Chairman; Junior 
Varsity Cheerleader; 
Varsity Cheerleader; 
Calhoun College; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Con- 
stitution Chairperson. 

POOLE, THOMAS S. 
Easley, SC 

Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

Army Reserve Officer 
Training Corps; Society 
of American Military 
Engineers, President; 
Scabbard and Blade; 
American Ceramic Soci- 
ety, Vice-President; 



Keramos; Reformed 
University Fellowship; 
Joint Engineering 
Council. 

POPE, ALAN WELDON 
Columbia, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

Sigma Nu; American 
Ceramic Society; Amer- 
ican Nuclear Society, 
Vice-President, Trea- 
surer; Blue Key; Tiger 
Brotherhood; Phi Kap- 
pa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta; 
Golden Key; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Keramos; 
Calhoun College; Rob- 
ert W. Moorman Award; 
Tour Guides. 

PORIO, ANDREW 
PATRICK 
Gaffney, SC 
Political Science, BA 
University Chorus, 
President; Mu Beta Psi; 
Student Government, 
Research and Develop- 
ment Committee; Col- 
lege B9WI; After Six 
Singers. 

PORTER, FRED 
CLAYTON 
Chester, SC 

Engineering Technol- 
ogy, BS 

Society of Engineering 
Technology, Treasurer. 

POSEY, RICHARD 
ERNEST 
North Augusta, SC 
Ornamental Horticul- 
ture, BS. 

BOSTON, GINA 
EVELYNE 
Columbia, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Gospel Choir; Bowling 
Team; Death Valley Di- 
amonds; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. 

POTTER, 
CHRISTOPHER M. 
Cowpens, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Snow 
Ski Club; Golf Club. 

POTTER, 
LAWRENCE E. 
Charleston, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
South Carolina Student 
Legislature, Speaker of 
the House; Society for 
the Advancement of 
Management; Student 
Government, Code of 
Conduct Committee. 

POTTER, MATTHEW E. 
Charleston, WV 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Sigma Nu; American 
Nuclear Society. 

POWELL JR., 



508 



SENIOR DIRECTORY 



GERALD W. 

North Augusta, SC 
Management, BS. 

POWELL, M. LEE 
Greenville, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Kappa Alpha; American 
Society of Civil 
Engineers. 

POWELL, REBECCA 
STEED 
Rock Hill, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Alpha Chi Omega, Edi- 
tor, Historian; York 
County Club; KROP 
Committee. 

PRICE, PATRICIA J. 
Lake Park, FL 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS. 

PRICE II, RAY 
BERNARD 
Belmont, CA 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Transportation Club, 
Treasurer. 

PRICKETT, KAMI 
LYNN 
Miami, FL 
English, BA 
Student Senate; Sigma 
Chi, Rush Girl; Univer- 
sity Union Special 
Events Committee, 
Chairperson; English 
Club, President; Society 
of Physics Students. 

PRIORE, SUSAN 
KENNA 
Liverpool, NY 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS. 

PRUIT, NANCY ELLEN 
Atlanta, GA 
Management, BS 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; Pi Beta Phi, Der- 
by Day Chairman, 
Censor, Efficiency 
Chairman, Arrow Cor- 
respondent; Sigma Chi 
Little Sister, Secretary- 
Treasurer. 

PUGH, CHARLES 
Charleston, SC 
Economics, BA. 

PULFORD, CRAIG M. 
Glen Arm, MD 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS. 

PUNS, ANGELA 
DEANE 
Valdese, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Residence Hall Council, 
Residence Hall Associa- 
tion; Finance Club; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

PURKERSON JR., 
ROBERT H. 



Greenville, SC 
Potitical Science, BA. 



Q 



QUARLES, ANGELA 
Greenwood, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Phi Gamma Nu, Pledge 
Trainer; Sigma Chi Lit- 
tle Sister; American 
Marketing Association; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club; Ameri- 
can Society for Person- 
nel Management. 

QUIGLEY, GAIL A. 
Inverness, IL 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Snow Ski Club; Intra- 
mural Sports, Football, 
Softball. 

QUINN, GLENYS 
AILEEN 
Easley, SC 

Parks, Recreation, & 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

QUINN, TIMOTHY M. 
Hanahan, SC 
Ellectrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Student Senate; 
Dorm Council. 



R 



RACEY, PATRICK B. 
Woodstock, VA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Weight 
Lifting Club; Varsity 
Football Manager. 

RADFORD, KIMBERLY 
RUTH 

Spartanburg, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Kappa Delta; Council 
for Exceptional Chil- 
dren, Vice President; 

RAINES, LARRY 
SCOTT 

Myrtle Beach, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Air Force Reserve Offi- 
cer Training Corps; In- 
stitute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 
Arnold Air Society, 
Comptroller; Intramu- 
ral Sports. 

RALSTON, MICHELE 
Gainesville, GA 
Management, BS 



Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Matchmate; Speaker's 
Bureau, Executive 
Committee. 

RAMSEY, STEPHANIE 
GAIL 

Greenville, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Chi Omega; Kappa Al- 
pha Order Rose; Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management, Intramu- 
ral Sports. 

RAWLS, LESLIE KAY 
Greenville, SC 
Management, BS 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
Reformed University 
Fellowship. 

REAMES, JAMES 
DOUGLAS 
Springfield, VA 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Nu, Vice President; 
Golden Key; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Calhoun College. 

REAVES, TIMOTHY 
Fork, SC 

Computer Information 
Systems, BS 
Army Reserve Officer 
Training Corps; Clem- 
son Rangers; Kappa Al- 
pha Psi; Club Football; 
Intramural Sports, Bas- 
ketball; Track; Dorm 
Fire Marshal. 

REDDING, RHODA L. 
Pickens, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Microbiology Society, 
President; Gamma Sig- 
ma Sigma, Treasurer, 
Historian, Public Rela- 
tions Coordinator; 
Clemson Peer Leaders; 
Tiger Band, Drill In- 
stuctor. Squad Leader, 
Seargent Major, Head 
Librarian; Dorm 

Council. 

REDWOOD, 
ANDREW R. 
Williston, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineering. 

REECE, KAREN ANN 
Greenville, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Residence Hall Council; 
Psychology Club. 

REECE, KERRY L. 
Greenville, SC 
Management, BS 
Army Reserve Officer 
Training Corps; Intra- 
mural Sports; Fellow- 
ship of Christian 
Athletes. 

REESE JR., 
CHARLES R. 
Greenwood, SC 
Economic Zoology, BS 



Alpha Zeta; Wildlife 
Society. 

REESE JR., WALTER A. 
Greer, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Tau Beta Pi; Ed- 
gar A. Brown Scholar. 

REEVES, DONNA 
ELIZABETH 
Abbeville, SC 
Mathematical Science, 
BS 

Mu Beta Psi; University 
Chorus; After Six Sing- 
ers; Gamma Sigma Sig- 
ma; Angel Flight; Bat- 
girl; Army Reserve 
Officers Training Corps; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Reformed University 
Fellowship: Math Club. 

REICHARD. SCOTT O. 
Allentown, PA 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi, Trea- 
surer; Phi Gamma Nu, 
Editor; Golden Key; 
Varsity Track; Account- 
ing Club; Snow Ski 
Club. 

REISS. KATHLEEN 
Charleston, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Intramural Sports; 
Catholic Student 
Association. 

REYNOLDS, HEATHER 
EASTON 

Signal Mountain, TN 
Food Science, BS 
Delta Delta Delta; Stu- 
dent Alumni Council; 
Collegiate Big Sisters; 
Students Against Multi- 
ple Sclerosis. 

REYNOLDS, RONALD 
Spartanburg, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS. 

RHODES, GREGORY 
VINCENT 
West Columbia, SC 
Ceramic Engineering, 
BS 

American Ceramic Soci- 
ety; Sailing Club; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

RICHARDSON, F. 
KENT 
Irmo, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Outing Club; 
Outdoor Recreation 
Committee; Central 
Dance and Concert 
Committee. 

RICHARDSON, 
KIMBERLY ANNE 
Landrum, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Alpha Delta Pi, Social 



Chairman; Beta Theta 
Pi Little Sister; Tiger 
Band; Symphonic 
Band; Kitty-Moss 
Fairey Scholarship. 

RICHBOURG, 
ALEXANDER J. 
Summerton, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Calhoun College; Films 
& Video Committee; 
Upsilon Pi Epsilon; 
Resident Assistant; 
Dorm Council; Resi- 
dence Hall Association. 

RICKENBACKER, 
REBECCA C. 
MuUins, SC 
Economic Zoology, BS 
Agicultural Council, 
President; Alpha Zeta; 
Wildlife Society; Pre- 
Vet Club; Dorm Coun- 
cil. 

RIDGEWAY, MARTIN 
FURMAN 
Donalds, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS. 

RILEY, C. MICHELLE 
Mount Pleasant, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

Clemson Tour Guide; 
Desk Clerk. 

RING, TERRI ANN 
Winston-Salem, NC 
English, BA 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Bengal Babe; 
The TIGER. 

ROARK, RUSSELL 
WAYNE 
Gaffney, SC 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
American Institute of 
Contractors. 

ROBERTS, 
GREGORY D. 
Clemson, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Chi Psi, President, Vice 
President, Secretary; 
Tau Beta Pi; Order of 
Omega; Chi Epsilon; Al- 
pha Lambda Delta. 

ROBERTS, JOHN M. 
Dahlonega, GA 
Math Education, BA 
Campus Outreach; In- 
tramural Sports; Foot- 
hills Church of Christ. 

ROBERTSON, J. 
PEYTON 
Sarasota, MD 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
Sigma Lambda Chi; 
Constructors Guild, 
Treasurer; Intramural 

I Sports. 

ROBINETTE, LISA 
CAROL 
Pacolet, SC 
French, BA 



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509 



Delta Gamma, Vice 
President: Chapter Pro- 
gramming, Fraternity 
Education Chairman; 
Student Senate; Ger- 
man Club: Internation- 
al Business Club; Intra- 
mural Sports, Football; 
French Honor Society. 

ROBINS. PATRICIA 
ANN 

Mountain Rest, SC 
Secondary Education, 
BA. 

ROBINSON, CARY R. 
Greer, SC 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers, 
Treasurer. 

ROBINSON, DAVID 
Gaithersburg, MD 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS. 

ROBINSON, MICHELE 
Honea Path, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation; Sigma Theta Tau. 

ROBINSON, SARAH A. 
Hickory, NC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Snow Ski Club; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers; Student 
Government Activities 
Committee. 

ROBLE, KRISTI LYNN 
Charleston, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Sailing Team; College 
Republicans; Student 
Government, Greek 
Liason Committee; 
Teaching Resources and 
Effectiveness 
Committee. 

ROBY, THERESE 
Clemson, SC 
Parks, Recreation, and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

University Chorus; An- 
gel Flight. 

RODGERS, BARRY 
NOEL 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Tau Beta Pi; Iota 
Tappa Kegga; Eta Kap- 
pa Nu; Calhoun College; 
Golden Key; Downtown 
Bar Hopper. 

ROGERS, CAROL J. 
Williamston, SC 
Management, BS. 

ROGERS, KELLY D. 
Westminister, SC 
Agricultural Education, 
BS 

Collegiate Future Farm- 
ers of America, Vice 
President. 



ROGERS, LISA A. 
Walterboro, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA. 

ROGERS, WILLIAM 
HENRY 
Aiken, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club, Chair- 
man; Intramural 
Sports; Reformed Uni- 
versity Fellowship. 

ROSAMONN, 
SHANNON LEIGH 
Simpsonville, SC 
Management, BS 
Gamma Sigma Sigma, 
President; Navigators; 
Cultural Committee; 
Tae Kwon Do Club. 

ROSS, JEANNETTE 
MARIA 

Lake Wylie, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Association for Com- 
puting Machinery. 

ROSS, MICHAEL 
Gastonia, NC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Student Government, 
Activities Committee; 
American Society of 
Civil Engineering; Sail- 
ing Club. 

ROSS, SUSAN 
JENNIFER 
Dayton, OH 
Elementary Education, 
BA 
Chi Omega. 

ROTHENHAUSLER, 
SHARON 

Saint Augustine, FL 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi; Ac- 
counting Club; Spanish 
Club; Dorm Council. 

ROUNTREE, JULIE 
ANN 

Lexington, SC 
Biological Science, BS. 

ROWE, JOHN C. 
Charleston, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Whitewater Club. 

ROWLAND, JOEY 
DOUGLAS 
Spartanburg, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Base- 
ball Team. 

ROYSTER, KRISTINA 
Myrtle Beach, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 
Alpha Delta Pi. 

RUMPH, DANIEL N. 
Charleston, SC 
Biochemistry, BS. 

RUNKLE, BROOKS N. 
Irmo, SC 



Architecture, BS 
National Order of Vi- 
kings Scholarship; Sig- 
ma Nu; American Insti- 
tute of Architecture 
Students. 

RUSH JR., RONALD 
ALLEN 
Charleston, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Chi Psi, Treasurer; Tau 
Beta Pi; Calhoun 
College. 

RUTZ, EDWARD A. 
Stone Mountain, GA 
Psychology, BA 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; The Ti- 
ger; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes; 
Equestrian Club; Psy- 
chology Club; Resident 
Assistant; The Fread 
Award; Legal Advisor; 
Scuba Club; Soccer 
Club; Student Senate; 
Resident Hall Director. 



s 



SADLER, BETH 
Charlotte, NC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Golden Key; Pi Beta 
Phi, Social Chairman; 
Sigma Nu Rush Girl; 
Technical Association 
of the Graphic Arts. 

SAMPSON, LINDA L. 
Columbia, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 
Delta Delta Delta. 

SANDERS III, PAUL R. 
Columbia, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; Pep Band; Fi- 
nance Club. 

SANFORD, JEFFERY B. 
Greenville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers. 

SANFORD, JOHN H. 
Dale, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Clemson Soccer Club, 
President; Wall Street 
South Investment Club. 

SAYEGH, JOHN PETER 
Brielle, NJ 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Treasurer; Dixie Sky- 
divers Club. 

SAYLOR, JEFFREY 



LANE 

Medford, NJ 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, 
Vice-President; La- 
crosse Club; Weight 
Club. 

SCHIMSA, DEBORAH 
LEILANI 
Columbia, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi, Senior 
Vice-President; Toast- 
masters, Vice- Presi- 
dent; Beta Alpha Psi. 

SCHWARTZ, RICHARD 
SCOTT 
Clemson, SC 
Industrial Education, 
BA 
Iota Lambda Sigma. 

SCOTT, MARGARET K. 
Darlington, SC 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 
Alpha Delta Pi. 

SCOTT, W. BRAD 
Williston, SC 
Management, BS. 

SEABROOK, ROBIN E. 
Johns Island, SC 
English, BA 
English Club; Student 
Senate. 

SEASTRUNK, 
ELIZABETH ANNE 
Irmo, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Finance Club; Invest- 
ment Club; Accounting 
Club. 

SEAVEY, DAVID L. 
Columbia, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Sigma Nu; Wall Street 
South Investment Club; 
Accounting Club; Cal- 
houn College; Students 
Against Multiple 
Sclerosis. 

SEEL, ROBERT 
MATTHEW 
Statesboro, GA 
Architecture, BS 
Calhoun College; Tau 
Sigma Delta; American 
Institute of Architec- 
ture Students; Great 
Commission Students; 
Reformed University 
Fellowship. 

SERACK, PAMELLA H. 
Trenton, NJ 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS. 

SERRANO, MANUEL I. 
Quito, Ecuador 
Food Science, BS 
The Navigators; Alpha 
Gamma Rho, Kitchen 
Manager, Secretary; 
Spanish Club; Alpha 
Zeta. 



SERRETT, SAUNDRA 
N. 

Charlotte, NC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Sigma Pi; Films 
and Video Committee; 
Intramural Sports; 
Desk Clerk; Accounting 
Club; Residence Hall 
Council. 

SfiTZEKORN, SHEILA 
Kennesaw, GA 
Nursing, BS. 

SEWELL, TIMOTHY D. 
Simpsonville, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

SEXTON, KEVIN 
Easley, SC 
Building Science, BS. 

SEXTON, CRISTIE A. 
Hendersonville, NC 
Management, BS 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Campus Cru- 
sade; Residence Hall 
Council; Women's Soc- 
cer Club; Trustee Medal 
Finalist. 

SHACKELFORD, CLAY 
Wauchula, FL 
Architecture, BS 
Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; American Insti- 
tute of Architecture 
Students. 

SHALULY, RICHARD 
GEORGE 
Greenville, SC 
Architecture, BA 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students. 

SHAW, ROBERT 
RANDALL 
Greensboro, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club; Finance 
Club; 

SHERIFF, BOBBY 
SCOTT 
Easley, SC 

Computer Science, BS 
Association for Com- 
puting Machinery. 

SHERMAN, 
CHRISTINE 
Albuquerque, NM 
Industrial Engineering, 
BS 

Varsity Volleyball; Tau 
Beta Pi; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Mortar Board; Block C 
Club. 

SHERRILL, KELLY 
ANN 

Annapolis, MD 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Alpha Chi Omega, So- 
cial Secretary; South 
Carolina Recreation 
and Parks Society; 



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Meeting Planners 
International. 

SHILLINGLAW, JOHN 
Elkin, NC 

Computer Science, BS 
Adventurer's Guild; So- 
ciety for Creative 
Anachronisms. 

SIMMONS, NADRA 
Lafayette, IN 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Varsity Swimming; 
Block C Club. 

SIMON, LAURA L. 
Delray Beach, FL 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega; South Caro- 
lina Recreation and 
Parks Society; Fellow- 
ship of Christian 
Athletes. 

SINCLAIR, DAVID D. 
Central, SC 
Entomology, BS 
Sailing Club. 

SISK, G. TODD 
Stanley, NC 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
Golden Key; Construc- 
tors Guild; Assistant Di- 
rector of Student Ser- 
vices; Student Advisory 
Committee for Building 
Science. 

SIUDZINSKI, 
ROBERT A. 
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Resident Hall Associa- 
tion, President; Resi- 
dent Assisant; Sailing 
Team and Club; Tour 
Guide; Outing Club; 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Resident Assistant 
"Rookie of the Year" 
Award. 

SKELTON, 

NANCY CAROL 
Spartanburg, SC 
History, BA 
Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Spanish Club; Sociology 
Club. 

SKINNER, DEA 
Greer, SC 

Secondary Education- 
Math. BA. 

SKINNER, LAURA 
Kingsport, TN 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS. 

SKREZEC, 
KIMBERLY J. 
Greenport, NY 
Secondary Education- 
Math, BA. 

SLOLUM, JEFFREY R. 
Walterboro, SC 



Economics, BS. 

SLYE, JILL ANNE 
Potomac, MD 
English, BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Activities Chairman; 
Beta Theta Pi Little 
Sister; Tiger Staff; 
Yearbook Staff (Really? 
We don't remember you 
and most of us here 
know that the yearbook 
is called TAPS.) 

SMART. LISA MARIA 
Columbus, GA 
Management, BS 
American Marketing 
Association. 

SMART. THEODORE N. 
Rockville, MD. 
Building Science, BS 
University Chorus; Phi 
Gamma Delta, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; 
Waterski Club. 

SMITH, BARNEY 
Jacksonville, FL 
Accounting, BS 
Phi Delta Theta, Trea- 
surer, Librarian, Assis- 
tant Social Chairman; 
Central Spirit, Sales 
Committee, Treasurer; 
Golden Key; Account- 
ing Club; Coffeehouse 
Committee. 

SMITH. BRENT P. 
Wilmington, DE 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 
Sigma Nu. 

SMITH. DOROTHY J. 
Greenville, SC 
English, BA 
German Club; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon; Sigma Tau 
Delta; Golden Key; Del- 
ta Phi Alpha, Secretary; 
Kappa Delta, Activities 
Chairman, Assistant 
Social Chairman. 

SMITH, GARY L. 
Myrtle Beach, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Association for Com- 
puting Machinery, Resi- 
dent Assistant. 

SMITH, HUGH B. 
Newberry, SC 
Agricultural Mechani- 
zation and Business, BS 
Agricultural Mechani- 
zation Club; Agricultur- 
al Council. 

SMITH, JUNIUS R. 
Clemson, SC 
Secondary Education- 
History, BA 

SMITH, LARRY B. 
Marshville, NC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers, Vice- 
President; Tau Beta Pi, 
President; Chi Epsilon; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Resident Assistant; 



Residence Hall Direc- 
tor; Calhoun College. 

SMITH, RANDALL 
WADE 

Greenville. SC 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
Chi Psi, Secretary, Vice- 
President; Construc- 
tor's Guild. Vice-Presi- 
dent; Sigma Lambda 
Chi. 

SMITH, SARINA J. 
Greer. SC 
Marketing, BS 
Beta Gamma Sigma; 
Student Government, 
Public Relations Com- 
mittee; American Mar- 
keting Association. 

SMITH. WANDA D. 
Lexington, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS. 

SNAPE, ROGER SCOTT 
Easley, SC 
Management, BS 
Waterski Club, Pres- 
ident. 

SOEHULIN, CHERYL 
Summerville, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Ameri- 
can Production and In- 
ventory Control Soci- 
ety. 

SOJOURNER, RUTH B. 
St. George. SC 
Management, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment; Student Govern- 
ment. 

SOLESBEE, JONI 
PATRICE 
Greenville, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega, President; 
Blue Key; Omicron Del- 
ta Kappa; Accounting 
Club; Finance Club. 

SOLESBEE. LYNN 
Duncan. SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

SONS, JAMI JOLENE 
Columbia, SC 
Microbiology, BS 
Delta Gamma, Pledge 
Class Historian, Pan- 
hellenic Delegate; Pan- 
hellenic Council, Secre- 
tary; Order of Omega; 
Medical Technology 
Club, Secretary, Trea- 
surer; Medical Technol- 
ogy Curriculum Com- 
mittee; Microbiology 
Society; Desk Clerk. 

SORENSEN, 
STEPHEN N. 
Roebuck, SC 
Financial Management, 



BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Re- 
formed University Fel- 
lowship; Student 
Senate. 

SORRELL, M. 
COLETTE 
Baltimore. MD 
Nursing. BS 
Delta Gamma; Student 
Nurses Association; 
Theta Chi Little Sister; 
Senior Nursing Class 
President; Sigma Theta 
Tau. 

SPENCER, THOMAS F. 
Aiken, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Alpha Phi Omega. 

SPITZKA, TORSTEN 
Ingolstadt, Germany 
Computer Science, BS 
WSBF. 

SPRINGFIELD, 
MICHAEL EUGENE 
Easley. SC 

Computer Science, BS 
Association for Com- 
puting Machinery; Bap- 
tist Student L^nion. 

SPROUSE. STEPHEN 
Gaffney, SC 
Food Science, BS 
Wiliam Rogers Scholar- 
ship; Food Science 
Club; Institute of Food 
Technologists. 

STALEY, JAMES T. 
Greenwood, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS. 

STALL. JENNIFER 
DARLENE 
Summerville. SC 
Science Teaching- 
Math. BS 

Gamma Sigma Sigma; 
Baptist Student Union; 
Delta Gamma. 

STAMEY, JOHN R. 
Aiken, SC 

Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; 
Tau Beta Pi; Sailing 
Club; Intramural 
Sports. Tennis, Soft- 
ball, Football, Volley- 
ball, Basketball; Coop- 
erative Education. 

STANCIE, 
KIMBERLY R. 
Westminister, SC 
Political Science, BA. 

STANDRIDGE, JAMES 
Greenville, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Sigma Chi, President; 
Resident Assistant. 

STANTON, LAURA L. 
Clover, SC 
Economics, BS 
Chi Omega; Wall Street 
South Investment Club; 
Sailing Club. 



STARK. LAUREL 
ELIZABETH 
Simpsonville, SC 
Management, BS 
Beta Gamma Sigma, 
President; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Golden Key; Soci- 
ety for the Advance- 
ment of Management; 
Wall Street South In- 
vestment Club; Calhoun 
College; Chocaholic, 
Management Merit 
Award; Delta Sigma Pi 
Scholastic Key Award; 
Intramural Sports, 
Softball, Football. 

STEEDLY, 

ELIZABETH J. 
Bamberg, SC 
Secondary Education- 
History, BA. 

STEPHENS, GREGORY 
SCOTT 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta 
Pi; Golden Key; Ameri- 
can Society of Mechani- 
cal Engineers; The Ti- 
ger; Baptist Student 
Union, Freshman Coun- 
cil, Communications 
Chairman; National 
Collegiate Engineering 
Award. 

STEPHENS, TOM 
Clinton. SC 

Forest Management, 
BS. 

STEPHENSON, 
JOHN B. 
Sebring. FL 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS. 

STINECIPHER, 
JANCIE L. 
Chattanooga, TN 
Chemistry, BA 
American Chemical So- 
ciety, President; Mortar 
Board; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Sigma Tau Epsilon; 
Golden Key; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Tour Guide; Tiger 
Band, Section Leader; 
Concert Band; Pep 
Band; Calhoun College. 

STINSON, DANA 
LEIGH 

Deerfield Beach, FL 
Management, BS 
American Marketing 
Association; Rally CAts; 
Delta Delta Delta, Ac- 
tivities Commmittee 
Chairman; PI Kappa 
Alpha Rush Girl; Alpha 
Tau Omega Calendar 
Girl. 

ST. LAURENT, 
PAMELA Y. 
Charleston, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Chi Omega; Interna- 



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511 



tional Business Club; 
Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Manage- 
ment, Vice President; 
American Marketing 
Association; Intramural 
Sports. 

STONE. DOUGLAS H. 
Irvine, CA 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Trea- 
surer; American Society 
of Mechanical Engi- 
neers; Central Spirit. 

STONE IV, JOHN 
SIMPSON 
Lugoff, SC 

Secondary Education- 
History, BA 
Resident Assistant; Re- 
formed University 
Fellowship. 

STONE, SONJA ANITA 
Ridgeville, SC 
Management, BS 
International Business 
Club; Alpha Chi Omega, 
Social Chairman; Amer- 
ican Marketing Asso- 
ciation. 

STOVALL, STEVEN 
DAVID 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Sailing Club; Lacrosse 
Club; Student Senate. 

STRANGE, CHRISTO- 
PHER TODD 
Sumter, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Tae Kwon Do Club. 

STRAWHORN, 
SHARON 
Honea Path, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Baptist Student Union, 
Communications Chair- 
person, International 
Chairperson; Fellow- 
ship of Christian 
Athletes. 

STUART, CROSLAND 
Barton, FL 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Future Farmers of 
America, President; 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Lex McDowell 
Award; Sanders Dorm 
Council; Block and 
Bridle. 

STURCKEN, LAURA 
MARIE 
Charleston, SC 
Management, BS 
Dean's Student Adviso- 
ry Council, Vice Chair- 
man; Delta Sigma Pi, 
Vice President of Chap- 
ter Management; Stu- 
dent Government, Ac- 



tivities Committee, 
Research & Develop- 
ment; Calhoun Courts 
Dorm Council, Social 
Chairman; Accounting 
Club. 

SULLIVAN, MARK E. 
Roswell, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Outstanding College 
Students of America. 

SURKA, AYAZ 
Spartanburg, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Computer Soci- 
ety; Lever Hall Dorm 
Council. 

SWANN, MELANIE 
LEE 

West Palm Beach, FL 
Marketing, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Chaplain, Spirit; Stu- 
dent Government, Ex- 
ecutive Assistant, Stu- 
dent Traffic Review 
Board, Director; Greek 
Liason Director, Stu- 
dent Senate; Chi Psi 
Little Sister. 

SWETT, JEFFREY B. 
Greer, SC 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Reformed University 
Fellowship. 



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TABATABAI, SUSAN 
Atlanta, GA 
International Business 
Management, BS 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Psychology Club; Delta 
Sigma Pi. 

TABOR, NANCY 
GREER 
Greenville, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Society of Wom- 
en Engineers. 

TANT, TAMRON 
LAYNE 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science, BS 
Mu Beta Psi, President; 
After Six Singers; 4:30 
Thursday Singers; Uni- 
versity Chorus, Trea- 
surer; Sigma Tau Epsi- 
lon; Upsilon Pi Epsilon; 
Baptist Student Union, 
Freshman Council; The 
Tiger; Intramural 
Sports, Basketball; Co- 
operative Education. 

TAUBER, RENEE M. 



Bel Air, MD 
Biochemistry, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
Biochemistry Club; 
Snow Ski Club; Sigma 
Nu Smoker Girl; Stu- 
dent Government, Le- 
gal Advisor. 

TAYLOR, ANDREW 
GORDON 
Columbia, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers, Secretary; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

TAYLOR, MATTHEW 
KEAN 

Jacksonville, FL 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Phi Delta Theta. 

TEAL, CHRIS 
Greenwood, SC 
Mathematical Sciences, 
BS 

Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes, Vice Presi- 
dent. 

THEIMER, CLAUDIA 
Springfield, VA 
Management, BS 

THERRELL, PATSY 
Bennettsville, SC 
Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

Kappa Delta, Project 
Excellence Chairman, 
Efficiency Chairman; 
Golden Key; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Math Club. 

THIERER, ALEX 
New York, NY 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Eletrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers, Senior Project 
Group Leader. 

THOLEN, BLAKE 

North Myrtle Beach, 

SC 

Textile Management, 

BS 

Tiger Band; Phi Psi 

Textile Fraternity; 

American Association of 

Textile Chemists and 

Colorists; WSBF. 

THOMAS, ANTHONY J. 
Sumter, SC 
Psychology, BA 
The Navigators, Vice 
President; Psychology 
Club. 

THOMAS, CHARLES 
KYLE 
Pickens, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 

Phi Gamma Nu, Presi- 
dent, Pledge Educator; 
Dean's Student Adviso- 
ry Council; Clemson 



Ambassador; Student 
Government; Resident 
Hall Council; Resident 
Assistant. 

THOMAS, DAVID 
Spartanburg, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Baptist Student Union; 
Student Senate; Insti- 
tute of Electrical and 
Electronic Engineers; 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; University 
Chorus; Intramural 
Referee. 

THOMAS, DONNA J. 
Centerville, OH 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation; Presbyterian Stu- 
dent Association; Sail- 
ing Club. 

THOMPSON, 
ANDREA T. 
Timonium, MD 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Delta Gamma, Presi- 
dent, Panhellenic Dele- 
gate, Social Chairman; 
Panhellenic Council, 
Treasurer, Social Chair- 
man; Order of Omega; 
Peer Leadership Re- 
treat; Sigma Nu Smoker 
Girl; American Society 
of Mechanical Engi- 
neers. 

THOMPSON, JUDY 
Acworth, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Alpha Chi Omega; Stu- 
dent Government, Ac- 
tivities Committee; Ac- 
counting Club; Sailing 
Team. 

THORNTON, TRAGI 
ANNETTE 
North Augusta, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 

Campus Crusade; Intra- 
mural Sports, Football, 
Basketball, Volleyball; 
Post Office Employee. 

TICE, DAWN E. 
Muncy, PA 
French, BA 

Delta Gamma, Record- 
ing Secretary; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon; Golden 
Key. 

TIMBES, TERRI ANN 
Conway, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Delta Delta Delta; Kap- 
pa Sigma Little Sister; 
Central Spirit; Intramu- 
ral Sports. 

TINSLEY, CHARLES 
MICHAEL 
Hendersonville, NC 
Building Science and 
Management, BS 
Rugby Football Club; 
National Association of 



Home Builders; Ameri- 
can Institute of Con- 
tractors; Water Ski 
Club. 

TINSLEY, CHAR- 
LOTTE DEANNA 
Irmo, SC 

Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

TOLBERT, MONIKE 
Iva, SC 

Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Theta; 
Gospel Choir; Central 
Dance and Concert 
Committee; Society of 
Black Engineers; Pa- 
moja; Palmetto Military 
Academy. 

TOLLISON, GINA 
RENEE 

North Augusta, GA 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega; Meeting 
Planners International; 
South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society. 

TOMLINSON, JOHN 
DUNCAN 
Lynchburg, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BA 

Tau Beta Pi; Golden 
Key. 

TOMS, LISA DIANE 
Germantown, MD 
Engineering Analysis, 
BS 
Pi Beta Phi. 

TORBIK, SALLY 
Vienna, VA 
Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Society 
of Women Engineers; 
Student Senate; Dorm 
Council. 

TOWNSEND, DAWN 
Lake View, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 
Tiger Band. 

TRAINOR, TRACY LEE 
Sparta, NJ 
Political Science, BA 
Phi Gamma Delta Little 
Sister; Tour Guide; 
Central Spirit; College 
Republicans. 

TREADWELL, 
DAVID M. 
Jacksonville, FL 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Varsity Football, Cap- 
tain; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; Block C Club; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; 
Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Toyota Leader- 
ship Award; Atlantic 
Coast Conference Aca- 
demic Athletic Award. 



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TRESSLER. PATRICIA 
ANN 

Horseheads, NY 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Finance Club. 

TRULUCK, SARAH 

Charleston, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega; Kappa Al- 
pha Little Sister; Fi- 
nance Club. 

TUCKER, GREGORY 
GENE 

Covington, VA 
Design, BS 

American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Resident Assistant. 

TUCKER, JOSEPH 
ALFRED 
Hanahan, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 
Forestry Club. 

TUMBLIN II. 
WILLIAM E. 
Laurens, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Water Ski Club, 
Vice President; W'ater 
Ski Team, Captain; 
Computer Society. 



u 



UPTEGROVE, 
RUSSELL 
Hanahan. SC 
Zoology, BS 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 
Secretary, Academic 
Award. 



V 



VALINSKI, PETER 
TODD 

Westborough. MA 
Science Teaching, BS 
Club Soccer. 

VAN ALTINE, MARK 
NATHANIEL 
Aiken, SC 

Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Pi Tau Sigma, Treasur- 
er; Tau Beta Pi; Catho- 
lic Student Association, 
Treasurer; American 
Society of Mechanical 
Engineers; Mortar 
Board; National Gas 
Turbine Institute 
Scholarship. 

VAN WINGERDEN, 
ROBERT 
Emerald Isle, NC 
Mechanical Engineer- 



ing, BS 

Sigma Chi, Rush Chair- 
man, Social Chairman; 
Snow Ski Team; Snow 
Ski Club, Vice Presi- 
dent. 

VEHAUN, PAUL 
Rock Hill, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

The Navigators; AB- 
NEY Scholar. 

VELLINES, DONNA 
MARIA 

Spartanburg. SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Delta Gamma; Society 
for the Advancement of 
Management; Dorm 
Council; American Soci- 
ety for Personnel 
Management. 

VEREEN, EDWARD W. 
Camden, SC 
History, BA 
The Chronicle, Assis- 
tant Editor; The Tiger. 

VIEZING. BETH ANN 
Union. SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Pi Beta Phi. Activities 
Chairman; Panhellenic 
rush Counselor; Finance 
Club; Dorm Council. 

VON DER LIPPE, 
SONIA RENEE 
Front Royal. VA 
Computer Science, BS 
Theta Chi Little Sister; 



Intercollegiate Bowling 
Team. 

VOYER, ALLISON 
Greenville, SC 
Psychology, BA 
Kappa Delta; Psycholo- 
gy Club; Psi Chi; Sigma 
Tau Epsilon; Equestri- 
an Team; Block and 
Bridle. 

VUCISH, KELLY L. 
Aiken, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Reformed University 
Fellowship. Social Com- 
mittee Chairman. 



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WAGNER, AMY 
ELIZABETH 
Atlanta, GA 
Psychology, BA 
Films and Video Com- 
mittee: Gamma Sigma 
Sigma; Psi Chi; Presi- 
dential Scholarship; Phi 
Beta Phi. 

WAKIM, PAUL C. 
Charleston, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Delta Sigma Pi; Finance 
Club. 

WALDREP, DAVID S. 
Pelzer, SC 

Administrative Man- 
agement. BS 




Michael J. Morga 



Fellowship of Christian 

Athletes. 
WALKER. WENDY 

ANN 

Chambersburg. PA 

Psychology, BA 

Psychology Club. 
WALL. DONETTA R. 

Hartsville, SC 

Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS. 
WALLS, JIM, W. 

Greenville. SC 

Industrial Engineering, 

BS 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; In- 

terfraternity Council 

Representative, 

President. 
WALMER, REBECCA 

RUTH 

Hershey, PA 

Parks, Recreation, and 

Tourism Management, 

BS 

Alpha Chi Omega, 

Scholarship Chairman; 

Water Ski Team. 
WALSH. LISA A. 

Dickson City, PA 

Financial Management, 

BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Batgirl; Fellowship of 

Christian Athletes. 
WALTERS, DANIEL 

LEE 

Charleston, SC 

Management, BS 

Tau Upsilon Gamma, 

President; Society for 



After it's all over and 
the band-aids are in 
place, students decide 
that giving blood 
wasn't so bad after all. 



SENIOR DIRECTORY >w 513 



.,>.; Advancement of 
LVlanagenient; American 
Marketing Association; 
Tiger Band; Fellowship 
, i t^liristian Athletes; 
M'jdent Senate, Fi- 
nance Committee. 

WALTERS, GLENN 
ERVIN 
Augusta, GA 
Chemical Engineering, 
BS 

American Institute of 
Chemical Engineers; 
Reformed University 
Fellowship. 

WALTERS, 
TIMOTHY R. 
St. George, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Phi Gamma Nu, Presi- 
dent; Society for the 
Advancement of Man- 
agement, Vice Presi- 
dent, Treasurer; Dean's 
Advisory Council for 
College of Commerce 
and Industry; Trans- 
portation Club; J.C. 
Long Scholar; S.C. Edu- 
cational Foundation 
Scholar; Strom Thur- 
mond Foundation 
Scholar. 

WARD, JANICE L. 
North Charleston, SC 
Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

WSBF, News Staff, 
News Director, Business 
Director, Resident As- 
sistant; Resident Hall 
Director. 

WARD, JEFFREY 
BRIAN 
Greenville, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Golf Club; Intramural 
Official; Intramural 
Sports Supervisor. 

WARD, MAUREEN 
Sea Girt, NJ 
English, BA 
Delta Gamma, Fraterni- 
ty Education Chairman; 
Sigma Tau Delta. 

WARD, TONI M. 
Georgetown, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Student Government; 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation. 

WARREN, MERRELL 
Atlanta, GA 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta; Fi- 
nance Club; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Beta Gamma 
Sigma. 

WATERS, DANIEL 
KIBBE 

Henderson, NC 
Financial Management, 
BS 



Kappa Sigma. 

WATERS, PHIL 
Aiken, SC 

Civil Engineering, BS 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers. 

WATKINS, STEPHEN 
EDWARD 
Greenville, SC 
Building Science and 
Management, BS. 

WATSON, AURELIA 
Bamberg, SC 
Mathematical Sciences, 
BA 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
Vice President, Scholar- 
ship Chairman; Blue 
Key, Vice President; Pi 
Mu Epsilon, President, 
Secretary -Treasurer; 
Golden Key; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Mortar 
Board; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Phi Eta Epsilon; 
Order of Omega; Pan- 
hellenic Rush Counsel- 
or; Central Spirit; Stu- 
dents Against Multiple 
Sclerosis, Director. 

WATSON, KAREN 
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 
Computer Imformation 
Systems, BS 
Sailing Club; Equestri- 
an Team; Block and 
Bridle Club. 

WATSON, MATTEE 
Batara, NY 

Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS. 

WEATHERFORD, 
RUFUS ALLEN 
Hanahan, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; WSBF. 

WEAVER, DONNA 
RENEE 
Woodruff, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers. 

WEAVER, JEANIE 
Greenwood, SC 
Civil Engineering, BS 
Kappa Alpha Theta; 
American Society of 
Civil Engineers; Society 
of Women Engineers. 

WEBB, LEWIS R. 
Salley, SC 

Agricultural Mechani- 
zation and Business, BS 
Agricultural Mechani- 
zation Club; Rodeo 
Club; Block and Bridle 
Club; Academic Animal 
Science Award. 

WEED, JOHN 
JANTZEN 
Charleston, SC 
Electrical Engineering, 
BS 



Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Weight Club, 
President; Electrical 
Engineering Orange 
Carpet Ambassador; 
Films and Video Com- 
mitee; Spectrum Maga- 
zine Plant Trip Editor. 

WEIR, DAVID KIRK 
Winnsboro, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; 
Alpha Tau Omega, 
Vice-president, Social 
Chairman, Homecom- 
ing Chairman; Order of 
Omega. 

WEISNER JR., BILLY 
JULIAN 
Easley, SC 

Parks, Recreation, and 
Tourism Management. 

WELBORN, M. DAVID 
Anderson, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Financial Management 
Club; Wall Street South 
Investment Club; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

WELDON, ANNE 
Charleston, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Phi Gamma Nu; Am- 
merican Marketing As- 
sociation; International 
Business Club. 

WERMUTH, 
CHRISTINE 
Tampa, FL 
Computer Science, BS 
Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Delta 
Gamma; Phi Gamma 
Nu, Pledge Trainer, 
Pledge Chairman; Resi- 
dent Hall Council; Sig- 
ma Tau Epsilon; Upsi- 
lon Pi Epsilon; Golden 
Key; Phi Kappa Phi. 

WEST, SHERI 
Columbus, GA 
Admiistrative Manage- 
ment, BS 

Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes, Secretary; In- 
tramural Sports; Beta 
Gamma Sigma; Sports 
Information Office, Stu- 
dent Assistant; Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

WHATLEY, DEBORAH 
RENNE 
Cayce, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Coffeehouse Commit- 
tee; Clemson Players; 
Student Nurses 

Association. 

WHITE, JANICE SUE 
North Augusta, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 
Chi Omega; Wall Street 



South Investment Club; 
Finance Club; Resident 
Hall Council. 

WHITESEL, KARLA 
Middletown, OH 
Parks, Recreation, and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Delta Delta Delta; 
South Carolina Recrea- 
tion and Parks Society. 

WHITESIDES, 
KAREN V. 
Tifton, GA 
Accounting, BS 
Beta Alpha Psi; Kappa 
Alpha Theta; Golden 
Key; Accounting Club; 
Sailing Club. 

WHITLOCK, 
CHRISTOPHER A. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Political Science, BA 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Stu- 
dent Senate, Legal Ad- 
visor, Trial Court; 
South Carolina Student 
Legislature, Vice Presi- 
dent;, Attorney General. 

WHITLOW, JENNIFER 
Hilton Head Island, SC 
History, BA 
Chi Omega; Beta Theta 
Pi Little Sister. 

WHITNEY, 
DOUGLAS D. 
Brevard, NC 
Architecture, BS 
American Institute of 
Architecture Students; 
Bowling Club; Golden 
Key; Tau Sigma Delta. 

WILDER JR., JOHN R. 
Walhalla, SC 
Management, BS. 

WILHELM, DIANA LEE 
Morgantown, WV 
Nursing, BS 
Kappa Delta; Golden 
Key; Sigma Theta Tau; 
Student Nursing Asso- 
ciation; Sailing Club; 
Abney Scholar. 

WILKES JR., JACK R. 
Winnsboro, SC 
Industrial Technology 
Education, BS 
Alpha Tau Omega, Cal- 
endar Chairman; Iota 
Lambda Sigma; Indus- 
trial Education Club; 
Rod and Gun Club. 

WILKINS, 
ELIZABETH J. 
Norcross, GA 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BA 

Chi Omega; Young 
Republicans. 

WILLEMS, RICHARD 
R. M. 

Quebec, Canada 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Theta Chi; Films and 
Video Committee. 

WILLIAMS, ANGELA 



ROBIN 

Florence, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Kappa Delta; American 
Society for Personnel 
Administration; Ameri- 
can Marketing Associa- 
tion; Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes; 
Baptist Student Union. 

WILLIAMS, CHAD 
Rock Hill, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Sixth Man Club; Gold- 
en Key; Horticulture 
Club; Army Reserve Of- 
ficer Training Corps. 

WILLIAMS, 
CYNTHIA R. 
Pelzer, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Varsity Basketball; Fel- 
lowship of Christian 
Athletes. 

WILLIAMS, DALE 
Mt. Pleasant, SC 
Textile Management, 
BS 

American Association 
for Textile Technology; 
Phi Psi, Secretary; Hall 
Councilman; J.E. Sic- 
cine Scholarship; Abney 
Scholarship. 

WILLIAMS, DAVID A. 
Van Wyck, SC 
Computer Engineering, 
BS 

Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; WSBF Engineer- 
ing Director. 

WILLIAMS, GEOFF 
Greenville, SC 
Computer Science, BS. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN R. 
Austell, GA 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Finance Club; Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club; Accounting 
Club; Young Demo- 
crats; Dorm Council. 

WILLIAMS, MELANIE 
PAIGE 

Greenville, SC 
Sociology, BA 
Pi Beta Phi, Vice-presi- 
dent; Sociology Club; 
Academic All-Ameri- 
can; National Social 
Sciences Award; Golden 
Key. 

WILLIAMS, 
MICHAEL G. 
Anderson, SC 
Parks, Recreation and 
Tourism Management, 
BS. 

WILLIAMS, SARAH A. 
Cumberland, MD 
Textile Science, BS 
Delta Gamma; Phi Psi; 
Snow Ski Club. 

WILLIAMS, TERESA C. 



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Stamford, VT 
Science Teaching- 
Math, BS 

University Tour Guide; 
Civitans. 

WILLIAMS. THAD 
ALAN 

Brittons Neck, SC 
Agricultural Economics, 
BS 

Phi Gamma Nu; Alpha 
Zeta; Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club, President; 
Dorm Council. 

WILLIAMSON, JAY G. 
Greenville, SC 
Engineering Analysis, 
BS. 

WILLS III, ALFRED 
HARRIS 
Greenville, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Sailing Club; Student 
Senate; Dorm Council; 
Accounting Club. 

WILSON, JULIA 
RHODES 
Atlantic Beach, FL 
Economics, BA 
Delta Delta Delta, Cor- 
responding Secretary, 
Vice-president, Scholar- 
ship Chairman; Mortar 
Board, Vice-president; 
Golden Key; Order of 
Omega; Central Spirit; 
Students Against Mus- 
cular Distrophy; Sigma 
Nu Smoker Girl. 

WIMMER, CHRISTINE 
Bethlehem, PA 
English, BA. 

WINBURN, TRACEY A. 
Conway, SC 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Printing Industry of 
Carolinas Work/Scho- 
lar; Baptist Student 
Union. 

WINDHORN, 
MICHAEL S. 
Blythewood, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club; Society 
of American Foresters. 

WINGATE, DEIDRE 
LYNNE 

North Augusta, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Pi Beta Phi; Wall Street 
South Investment Club; 
Finance Club; College 
Bowl. 

WINN, LISA L. 
Saluda, SC 
Nursing, BS 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Rhomate, Secretary; 
Student Nurse's Asso- 
ciation. 

WINSLOW, GLYNN 
ALLEN 

Georgetown, SC 
Forest Management, BS 
Forestry Club; Intramu- 



ral Sports, Softball. 

WIST, CHRISTINA 
LYNNE 
Tega Cay, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Chaplian; Tour Guide; 
Match Mates; Finance 
Club; International 
Business Club. 

WITHERSPOON, 
LINDA ANNE 
Conway, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 
Kappa Delta. 

WITZIG, CHRISTINE 
CAROL 
Hartsville, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Central Spirit; Ameri- 
can Society of Person- 
nel Administrators; 
Kappa Delta; Sigma Nu 
Smoker Girl. 

WOLF, NANCILEE 
HELEN 
Atlanta, GA 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Panhellenic Council, 
President, Vice Presi- 
dent; Alpha Delta Pi; 
Blue Key; Mortar 
Board; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Order of Omega, 
Treasurer; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Rush Counselor; 
Central Spirit; Women's 
Soccer Club; Soccer 
Sidekick. 

WOOD, CHRISTOPHER 
PRESTON 
Easley, SC 

Financial Management, 
BS 

Tiger Band; Symphonic 
Band; Finance Club; 
Sailing Club; Delta Sig- 
ma Nu. 

WOOD, CINDY LEE 
Atlanta, GA 
Mathematical Sciences, 
BA 

Kappa Kappa Gamma, 
2nd Vice President; 
Math Club; Wall Street 
South Investment Club; 
Dorm Council. 

WOOD, VALERIE KAY 
Gray Court, SC 
Accounting, BS 
Pi Beta Phi, Member- 
ship Chairman; Ac- 
counting Club. 

WOODS, CHRISTINA 
LYNN 

Hampton, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 
Finance Club. 

WORKMAN, 
KENNETH L. 
Aiken, SC 

Computer Engineering, 
BS 



Institute of Electrical 
and Electronic Engi- 
neers; Computer Soci- 
ety. 

WORTHY, MARY SUE 
Summerville, SC 
Marketing, BS 
Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes; Intramural 
Sports. 

WRAY, MONTA 
ELIZABETH 
Landrum, SC 
Administrative Man- 
agement, BS 
Phi Gamma Nu, 
Treasurer. 

WRIGHT, MELANIE 
ASHLEY 
Columbia, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Kappa Sigma Little Sis- 
ter, President; Match- 
mate; Finance Club; So- 
ciety for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 

WRIGHT, NANCY ANN 
Saratoga, FL 
Nursing, BS 
Student Nurses Associ- 
ation; Alpha Chi Ome- 
ga, 1st Vice President; 
Tiger Band; Intramural 
Sports, Volleyball. 



Block and Bridle Club, 
President, Cattle Sales 
Chairman, Overall 
Livestock Showman, 
Junior and Senior Live- 
stock Judging Teams; 
Agriculture Council; In- 
tramural Sports, Foot- 
ball, Softball, Basket- 
ball, Volleyball. 

YOUNG, AMY 
Greenville, SC 
Parks, Recreation, and 
Tourism Management, 
BS 

Chi Omega, South Caro- 
lina Recreation and 
Parks Society; Central 
Spirit; Gymnastics 
Club. 

YOUNG, ANDREA Y. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Polilical Science, BA 
Resident Assistant; 
Model United Nations. 

YOUNG, MARTIN 
EVANS 

Hendersonville, NC 
Mechanical Engineer- 
ing, BS 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Snow Ski Club; Central 
Spirit; Intramural 
Sports; American Soci- 
ety of Mechanical 
Engineers. 



X z 



XAVIER, HOLLAND 
Paris, France 
Graphic Communica- 
tions, BS 

Delta Delta Delta, Ben- 
gal Babes, Mat Cats, 
Match Mates. 



Y 



YARBROUGH, 
CYNTHIA K. 
Honea Path, SC 
Elementary Education, 
BA 
Tour Guide. 

YEAGER, KRISTEN N. 
Lewisburg. W'V 
Early Childhood Edu- 
cation, BS 

Alpha Gamma Rho, 
Rhomate, Chaplain; 
Council for Exceptional 
Children. 

YON, JAMES KERMIT 
Lake Wylie, SC 
Industrial Manage- 
ment, BS 
Kappa Alpha Order. 

YON, P. KEVIN 
Anderson, SC 
Animal Science, BS 



ZABEL, JULIE LYNNE 
Fort Mill, SC 
Financial Management, 
BS 

Golden Key; Wall 
Street South Invest- 
ment Club; Finance 
Club; Sailing Club; 
Kappa Delta; Gamma 
Sigma Sigma. 

ZACHARY, 
KIMBERLY L. 
Spartanburg, SC 
Education, BA 
Alpha Chi Omega; 
Council for Exceptional 
Children, 2nd Vice 
President; Fellowship 
of Christian Athletes; 
Gamma Sigma Sigma. 

ZANIN JR.. FRANK 
JAMES 

Virginia Beach, VA 
Soccer Club, President; 
Fellowship Christian 
Athletes; Wall Street 
South Investment Club. 

ZEIGLER, EUGENE 
POOLE 

Orangeburg, SC 
Management, BS 
Kappa Alpha Order. 

ZIMBABWOO, MUSHU 
Taylors, SC 
Mechanical Engineer- 



ing, BS 

Bushman Convention, 
President; Cannibalism; 
Tribal Dancing; Spear 
Throwing; Tiger Band. 

ZOLLICOFFER III, 
JERE P. 

Winston-Salem, NC 
Mathematical Sciences, 
BS 

Alpha Phi Omega, 
Treasurer; Sigma Tau 
Epsilon, President; 
Golden Key; Pi Mu Ep- 
silon; Math Club; Intra- 
mural Sports. 

ZOLNIEROWICZ, 
DAVID PATRICK 
Hanahan, SC 
History, BA. 



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I INDEX I 




thletics — the 
major emphasis 
.at the other uni- 
versity in South Caroli- 
na. 



Abdou, Jeff 346, 347 
Abercrombie, Angie 
238 

Abercrombie, Lynette 
278 

Abercrombie, Mark 276 
Abernathy, Missy 343 
Able, Lynda 307 
Abraham, Jay 293, 336 
Achenberg, Rob 346, 
347 

Ackerman, Carl 306 
Ackerman, Louis 291 
Acorn, John T. 126 
Adair, John 249 
Adam, Heidi 270, 284 
Adams, Daniel 236 
Adams, Jason 322 
Adams, John 259 
Adams, Lisa 302 
Adams, Mary 285 
Adcock, Dave 353 
Adcock, Melissa 250, 
294 

Adcock, Michael 268 
Adler, Tracy 249, 320 
Agner, Lisa 243, 318 
Ahearn, Cissy 328 
Ahuja, Satya 248 
Aigner, Lisa 319 
Ailshie, Jennifer 267 
Ainsley, Susan 328 
Albach, Alan 266 
Albert, Paul 256 
Albertson, Melissa 264 
Alcott, Jenny 243, 328 
Aldrich, Steve 260, 266 
Alewine, Paige 243 
Alexander, Andrea 326 
Alexander, Jerry 236 
Alexander, Kellie 314 
Alexander, Lynn 318 
Alexander, Mamye 256, 
290 

Alexander, Mark 291 
Alexander, Marlene 311 
Alexander, Pam 314 
Alexander, Xavier 268 
Alford, Gary 275 
Algary, Sarah 275 
Aligary, Sarah 314 
Allen, Chuck 256 



Allen, Emery 314 
Allen, Kelly 334 
Allen, Laurie 318 
Allen, Mark 310 
Allen, Mary 279 
Allen, Terry 182 
Allison, Kay 245, 307 
Alos, Andres 179, 284 
Altman, Cathy 231 
Alumni Center 18 
Alumni Master Teach- 
er 110 

Alvarez, Al 293 
Alvarez, Allison 268 
Alvarez, Rick 346 
Amacher, Ryan 118 
Ammons, Cristy 319 
Amos, Stacey 302 
Amyx, Desiree 304, 305 
Anaud, Subhash 236 
Anderson, Amy 230, 
232 

Anderson, Barbara 233, 
252, 263 

Anderson, Betsy 324 
Anderson, Bob 336, 342 
Anderson, Chris 336, 
337 

Anderson, Dawn 263, 
264, 265, 275 
Anderson, Ginger 261 
Anderson, Jody 302 
Anderson, Luke 294 
Anderson, Randy 186 
Anderson, Russell 266 
Anderson, Tonya 238 
Anderson, Wendy 286 
Andress, Mike 346, 347 
Andrews, Jill 333 
Andrews, Joe 245 
Andrews, Scott 238, 268 
Angert, Anne 320 
Ankers, Jay 250 
Anthony, Janine 350 
Anton, Rose 302 
Aquino, Kim 241 
Areledge, Cindy 351 
Aresco, Lisa 269 
Argoe, Buss 322 
Arias, Ronald M. 312 
Arldt, Brian 246 
Arnold, Bob 263 
Arnold, Dean 295 
Arnold, Julie 257 
Arnold, Kathy 238 
Arnold, Mike 293 
Arnold, Susan 241, 328 
Arnow, Jeff 336, 337 
Arteledge, Cindy 351 
Arthur, Amy 256 



Askins, Scott 314 

Asperheim, Eric 236, 

281, 344, 345 

Atkinson, Teaque 328 

Atkinson, Traci 311, 

326 

Attaway, Dawn 334 

Attaway, Missy 334 

Aucoin, Adrienne 334 

Aucoin, Russell 332 

Auroin, Russell 291 

Austin, Amy 260, 351 

Austin, Laurie 324 

Austin, William 76, 290 

Avery, Tanya 243, 302, 

349 

Avidano, Maria 320, 

321 

Avinger, Mauldin 245, 

322 

Ayer, Amy 236 



B 



irdies — Deb- 
bie, watch the 
birdies! 



Babb, Lori 240 
Babb, Tracy 240 
Babec, Lynn 275, 302 
Babic, Jenny 320 
Babinchak, Jim 340 
Badgers, Cathy 302 
Bagnal, Cindy 314 
Bagwell, Amy 233, 236, 
265 

Bagwell, Bryant 342 
Baiano, Rich 346 
Bailes, Rosemary 272 
Bailes, Sharon 243, 314 
Bailey, Chris 346, 347 
Bailey, Ian 258 
Bailey, Kelly 318 
Bair, Curt 296 
Baker, Billy 233, 262 
Baker, Donny 237, 275, 
279 

Baker, Greg 260 
Baker, Kelli 314 
Baker, Kim 238, 313, 
328, 329 
Baker, Rob 346 
Baker, Scott 258 
Balcombe, Beth 304 
Baldwin, Chuck 282 
Baldwin, Rebecca 237, 
275, 279 

Baldwin, Tom 239 
Ballard, Beth 318, 319, 



349 

Ballard, Rose 289 
Ballard, Tripp 242 
Ballentine, John 256 
Balz, Wendy 240 
Banks, Robbie 241, 268, 
280, 336 

Banks, Scott 291 
Banks, Susie 314, 315 
Barber, Jay 241, 343, 
348 

Barbieri, Chris 346 
Barcus, Betsy 269, 280, 
320, 321 

Barilovits, Tim 250 
Barilovits, Tom 250 
Bariser, Jay 342 
Barker, Keith 249 
Barkman, Angie 304 
Barksdale, Darron 263 
Barlage, Bill 238 
Barnes, Brian 158, 282 
Barnett, Eric 262 
Barnett, Jena 289 
Barnette, Harold 259 
Barrett, Bo 294 
Barrier, Krista 270 
Barry, Bret 271, 340 
Barter, Betsy 304 
Barth, Jamie 263 
Barton, Betsy 347 
Barton, Steve 238 
Bash, Jennifer 304 
Basher, Anjum 272 
Baskin, Kristan 269, 
304, 305 
Bass, Wes 276 
Bass, Wesley 308 
Bass, Wess 309 
Bate, Clif 287 
Batson, Amanda 263, 
294 

Batson, Joey 283 
Baucom, Steve 158, 282 
Bauer, Becky 334, 349 
Bauer, Linda 268 
Bauer, Lynn 324 
Baughman, Gary 322 
Bauknight, Joni 311 
Bauknight, Trevor 246 
Baumgarner, Kim 231 
Baxley, Christy 326 
Bazen, Barry 312 
Beach, Andy 346, 347 
Beachler, Dave 251 
Beard, Brian 238 
Beard, Chris 346 
Beasley, Elizabeth 334 
Beasley, Sandra 302, 
303 



Beatman, Jeff 259 
Beaty, Mack 271 
Beaver, Casey 292 
Beck, Lori 238 
Beck, Randy 278 
Beckworth, Andy 242, 
336 

Bedenbaugh, Paige 230 
Behrens, Chris 258 
Behrens, Tony 258 
Beiter, Pam 231, 318, 
319, 340, 341 
Belcher, Jim 287 
Bell, Ed 241, 270 
Bell, George 245 
Bell, Scott 245, 266, 346 
Bell, Stephanie 253, 294 
Bellecanech, Eric 266 
Bellis, Dawn 240, 266 
Bello, Eddie 266 
Belton, Pam 349 
Belue, Sandy 263 
Bendelow, Mary Ann 
320 

Benjamin, Denise 240, 
253 

Bennet, Susan 334 
Bennett, Brian 268 
Bennett, Carol 271 
Bennett, David 244, 281 
Bennett, Scott 278 
Bennett, Wayne 275 
Bentley, Ben 293, 344 
Benton, Benny 263 
Benzing, Kim 318, 319 
Berger, Craig 233 
Bergman, Doug 346 
Bernstel, Dave 312 
Bernstel, David 313 
Berry, Rob 287 
Bertels, Leanne 314, 
315 

Bertels, Leeann 331 
Bertonazzi, Eric 346 
Best, Getty 231 
Betchman, Sara 318 
Betchman, Wynn 331 
Bethea, Michael 236 
Betoski, Tammy 231, 
273 

Betts, Don 238 
Beuthien, Chris 259 
Beyer, Lisa 241, 243, 
296, 304 

Biddiscombe, Andrew 
294, 297 

Biegert, Mark 282 
Biering, Mark 256 
Bieter, Pam 234 
Bigby, Caroline 294 



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517 



i: i. Cindy 307 


293, 336 


Bolden, Tim 234 


Bowen, Tom 310 


Brandon, Doug 310 


V, , P..h 346 


Blake, Wendy 304 


Bolo, Scott 287 


Bowen, Westy 330 


Brandt, Mary Beth 280 


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Blakehorn, Jill 287 


Bologna, Pete 330 


Bowie, Amelia 318 


Branham, Gregg 233, 


Bifcr r;n 238 


Blakely, Ann 267 


Bolt, Becky 271, 280 


Bowie, Stephanie 242, 


263 


Bird. .,:c....ua 243 


Blakely, Anne 314 


Bolton, David 336 


318 


Branning, Donna 328 


Sfk, Bridget 267 


Blakely, Annette 241, 


Bon Jovi, Jim 332 


Bowler, Michele 349 


Branning, Linda 328 


Bisese, Bill 241 


302, 303 


Bond, Brian 342 


Bowlin, Brent 316 


Brannon, Laura 334, 


Bissese, Bill 308 


Blancett, Sherri 326 


Bonds, Wallace 291 


Bowman, Al 340 


335 


Bittle, Bryan 283 


Blanchard, Betsy 238, 


Boomershine, Scott 294 


Bowman, David 310 


Brant, Ashley 304 


Bittner, Michele 233, 


245 


Boone, Bill 234 


Bowman, William 336, 


Bratton, Grady 275 


265 


Blankenship, Jamie 


Boonstoppel, Edo 284 


337 


Bravis, Dianne 287 


Bittner, Michelle 293 


318, 319 


Boozer, Chris 289 


Boyd, Allen 276 


Brax, Donnie 340 


Bjowtegard, Martin 


Blankenship, Mike 249 


Boozer, Ellen 245, 351 


Boyd, Isaiah 231 


Brazell, Scott 338 


245, 271 


Bledsoe, Marion 276 


Bordeaux, Monica 320, 


Boyd, Jill 304 


Breazeala, Regina 351 


Black, Baca 326 


Boardman, Guy 346, 


321 


Boyd, Larry 336, 337 


Breihan, Jennifer 295, 


Black, Becca 327 


347 


Borom, Mary Stuart 


Boyd, Sarah 304 


304 


Black, Bryan 316 


Boatman, Jeffrey 258 


243 


Boykin, Suzanne 275 


Breit, Elsa 282 


Black, Carey 314 


Boatwright, Kevin 346 


Borom, Stu 257 


Boylston, John 297 


Bremer, Steven 274 


Black, Kelley 277 


Bobeck, Joe 312 


Borum, Wendy 272 


Boynton, Craig 164, 285 


Brewer, Gina 343 


Black, Leanna 311 


Boccabello, Jay 238 


Bose, Jeff 332 


Bozeman, Scott 346 


Bridgers, Mark 287 


Black, Leeanna 245, 


Bodily, Mike 283 


Bostic, Tracy 343 


Brackett Hall 152 


Bridgewood, Mike 249 


295, 304 


Boggess, E.C. 248 


Bostick, Craig 294 


Brackett, Jay 234, 236, 


Bright, Beth 326 


Black, Penni 256, 277 


Boggs, Lynn 249 


Botkin, Alan 282 


344, 345 


Brink, Steve 344 


Black, Scott 310 


Bohanan, Dawn 240, 


Botto, Beth 324 


Bradley, Bill 342 


Brinton, Shawn 282 


Black, Talbert 239 


320 


Bottomly, John 336 


Bradley, Kathy 334 


Britt, Clay 353 


Black, Tammy 245, 271 


Boland, Jay 306, 348 


Bouknight, Marvin 306 


Bradshal, Paula 321 


Brittain, Wayne 261 


Blackman, Sarah 353 


Bolchoz, Mary Anne 


Bouknight, Steve 306 


Bradshaw, Paula 320 


Britton, Cleveland 253 


Blackwood, Susan 238, 


231, 232, 245, 310, 311, 


Boulden, Mike 340 


Bradshaw, Tracy 266 


Britton, John 322 


241, 302 


324, 325, 349 


Boulden, Tim 340, 348 


Brady, Debbie 270 


Britton, Michelle 280 


Blackwood, Trey 291, 


Bolchoz, MaryAnn 234 


Bowen, Scott 231, 236 


Brandes, Todd 297 


Broaddus, Scott 231 



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Broadwater, Kevin 308 
Broadwell, Romy 334 
Broadwell, Rosemarie 
295 

Brogdon, Christine 236 
Brogdon, Melanie 302 
Brokin, Doug 312 
Brookbank, Angela 339 
Brooks, Andrea 263, 
294, 324 

Brooks, Andy 306 
Brooks, Barry 346, 347 
Brooks, Francine 240 
Brooks, Jennifer 257 
Brooks, Jerry 163, 282 
Brooks, Michael 265 
Brooks, Stacey 314 
Brookshire, Lori 241, 
343 

Brotherton, Scott 306 
Brown, Alan 291 
Brown, Carl 260 
Brown, Chris 284, 285 
Brown, Colby 289 
Brown, Craig 310, 330 
Brown, Dave 256 
Brown, Debbie 230, 
304, 305 

Brown, Derrick 253 
Brown, Jennifer 233, 



246 

Brown, Karen 320 
Brown, Kelly 231, 263, 
314, 315 

Brown, Lisa 289 
Brown, Pam 230, 264, 
324, 325 

Brown, Patricia 278 
Brown, Paul 342 
Brown, Russell 268 
Brown, Sandy 238 
Brown, Stephanie 302 
Brown, Susan 252 
Brown, Walton 291 
Broyles, Lora 334 
Broyles, Scott 330 
Bruce, Donnell 289 
Bruchey, Darreta 334 
Brucker, Steve 266 
Bruner, Peyton 328 
Bruno, Tony 291 
Bryan, Jacob 276 
Bryant, Beth 318 
Bryant, Bob 238 
Bryant, Michelle 289 
Bryant, Scott 264, 271, 
272, 278 

Bryson, Buffy 326 
Buchanon, Kent 294 
Buck, William 238 



Buckles, Dana 320, 321, 
343 

Buckley, Ellen 320 
Buckley, Greg 283 
Buckmaster, Joseph 
338 

Budin, Elizabeth 318 
Buice, Britt 332 
Bule, Glen 266 
Bulgin, Chan 263 
Bull, Brent 346 
Bull, Rebecca 276 
Bullard, Gretchen 334 
Bunch, Kelly 245 
Bunton, Eric 342 
Burch, Greg 280 
Burcher, David 342 
Burdette, Mike 342 
Burg, David 250 
Burger, Dee 310 
Burger, Emily 326 
Burgess, Gary 308, 309 
Burkett, Lori 334 
Burkett, Micki 334 
Burkhardt, Beth 304 
Burns, Evan 342 
Burns, Grant 293, 346, 
347 

Burns, Janis 272 
Burns, Mary 230, 231, 



232, 241, 314, 315 

Burns, Michelle 276, 

304 

Burns, Rob 310 

Buron, Bonnie 302 

Burp, Paul 332 

Burris, Scott 340 

Burriss, Catherine 243 

Burroughs, James 338 

Burt, Ron 330 

Burton, Amanda 245, 

272 

Burton, Bonnie 347 

Burton, Carolyn 240 

Burton, Rhonda 264 

Busch, Charles 291 

Bush, Anna Catherine 

302 

Bush, Clay 312 

Bushnell, Eric 297 

Bushonb, Danielle 313 

Bushong, Danielle 231, 

312 

Butler, Carl 344, 345 

Butler, David 344 

Buton, Julie 302 

Butterfield, Andy 322 

Buzzell, Jon 291 

Byars, Beth 233, 256 

Byars, Kimberly 280 



Bylenga, Andy 346, 347 
Bynde, Sondra 275 
Bynum, Rick 266 
Byontegard, Martin 
310 

Byrne, Chris 346 
Bywater, Bill 310 
Bywater, Rick 292, 293 



Condoms — a 
topic of hot de- 
bate between 
Student Government 
and Redfern. 



Cabiness, Barry 275, 

306 

Cacciatore, Donna 334 

335 

Cady, Paula 318 

Caime, Susan 274 

Cain, Jeff 346, 347 

Caldwell, Allyson 314, 

315 

Caldwell, Daryl 287 

Caldwell, Kathy 235, 

279 

Caldwell, Laura 256 



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Everything. 
But Nothing 
Tops Dulce's. 

It's the premium mayonnaise made 
with all natural ingredients. And with- 
out sugar or artificial preservatives. 
That's why Duke's is on too for 
flavor. 

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For information call Monmc Adams. VP 
Sales, (H04) 359-5786. The C F Saiwr Co., 
Richmond, Virginia 23220. 



COLLEGE GRADUATES, ENGINEERS 8c SCIENTISTS 

Our Horizons 
Are Limitless... 

B«cause the world is our marketplace. Our Fortune 200 company 
Is the leading producer of electrical and electrorUc cormectors, 
switches, and related devices. We market these products to 
more than 25,000 OEMs worldwide. 

We're successful beccmse we constantly seek forward thinkers 
with the creativity, ability and ambition to be challenged by a 
career promising diverse projects and multiple locations. And 
our company: 

• Commits more than 9% of yearly sales to R & D. 

• Has manufact\iring facilities in Virginia, the Caiolinas, Florida 
and Arizona. 

• Has committed considerable assets to making its facilities the 
most modern in the U.S. (CAD & CAE) 

• Has grown at more than 10% annually for the past 10 years. 

We have openings for Clemson graduates with backgioimds in 
Engineering, Physics, Metallurgy, Polymer/Plastics Chemistry, 
Computer Science and other technical disciplines. 

Let your hard work pay off. We've built AMP by helping build 
careers... join us. Send a resume, transcript and letter of appli- 
cation, or call: Employment Manager, AMP INCORPORATED, 
P.O. Box 3608, Hanlsburg, PA 17105. (717) 780-6279 (CoUect). 

An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F. 



.Coimecting People 
With Success 



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INDEX 



519 



■lege 104 
-■^.ouji ocaolars 104 
Calhoun, Clyde 257 
Oamacho, Jennifer 324 
Cambel], Sailye 238 
Cameron, Lee 307 
Camp, Tim 340, 341 
Campbeii, Alan 308 
Campbell, Carolyn 280 
Campbell, Denise 302 
Campbell, Elden 289 
Campbell, James 342 
Campbell, Rachel 257 
Campbell, Scot 231 
Campbell, Tommy 238 
Cangelosi, Chris 342 
Cannon, Carrie 302, 303 
Cantey, Angela 324 
Cantrell, Lynn 351 
Canup, Cathy 318 
Carlson, Chris 342 
Carlson, Leslie 312, 
313, 324 

Carman, Claire 318 
Carmichael, Donna 
233, 263 

Carmichael, Melanie 
234 

earners, Cori 349 
Carney, Cory 234, 326 



Carney, Julie 249 
Carollo, Paul 284 
Carr, Mac 231, 236, 242, 
297, 336, 337 
Carson, Cheryl 231, 
234, 296, 297, 323, 328, 
329 

Carson, Kelly 324 
Carstea, Gene 271 
Carsten, Christopher 
230 

Carsten, Will 275 
Carter, Cindy 314, 315 
Carter, Greg 297, 308 
Carter, Rob 238 
Carter, Robert 256, 263, 
275, 279 

Carter, Suzanne 328 
Cartledge, Chris 312 
Casarico, Pam 302 
Case, Cathy 302 
Case, Eddie 263 
Casey, Kim 324 
Cash, Larei 271 
Caskey, Brian 291 
Cason, Ginny 347 
Cassell, Russ 41 
Castellion, Jocelyn 328 
Caster, Laura 347 
Caster, Laura Dee 302, 



303 

Castles, Kandi 243 
Castor, Eric 231 
Castro, Andy 308 
Castro, Walter 236 
Caughman, Jennifer 
320 

Caulfield, Kevin 346, 
347 

Caulfield, Kim 347 
Causey, Al 238 
Cauthen, Andrew 246 
Cauthen, Hope 257 
Cavanaugh, Susan 314 
Celura, Jeff 342 
Cely, Ellen 271, 307 
Cepin, Wendy 314 
Cetola, Jeffrey 342 
Chaddick, Nancy 267 
Chaddick, Nancy Blair 
323, 349 
Chaka, Don 268 
Chamberlain, Paul 291 
Chambers, Shawn 310 
Chamblee, Andy 76 
Chandler, Lee Ann 328 
Chandler, Yoyo 292 
Chandley, Michele 307 
Chang, Pat 346 
Chaplain, Nancy 304 



Chapman, Christina 

246 

Chapman, Dean 233, 

265 

Chapman, Rachel 320 

Chapman, Steve 346, 

347 

Chapman, Steven 244 

Chapman, Tina 339 

Chartier, Sean 249, 259 

Chastain, Derek 259 

Chastain, George 237, 

275, 279 

Cheek, Amanda 266 

Chelf, Melisa 324 

Cheng, Alice 232 

Chesal, David 338, 339 

Chester, Kim 334 

Chewning, Miriam 302 

Childers, Todd 310, 311 

Childress, Alynis 351 

Childress, Beth 242, 

326 

Childress, Mark 284 

Childs, Beth 320 

Chiles, Yoyo 293 

Chinuntoet, Paul 316 

Chlopecki, Laura 243 

Christie, Lee 334 

Christmus, Sandy 256 



Christner, Bart 251 
Christopher, David 238 
Christopher, Jill 314 
Christopher, Shannon 
242, 314 

Chupp, Carrie 318 
Church, David 308 
Churchill, Kelly 280 
Ciuca, Rich 260 
Claire, Ashley 324 
Clamp, Calvin 260 
Clamp, Sandra 268, 280 
Clanin, Jimmy 256 
Clardy, Chad 259 
Clardy, Sam 262 
Clarey, Lisa 304 
Clark, Amy 326 
Clark, Anne 242, 312, 
313, 314 

Clark, Bobby 234 
Clark, Kevin 233, 236, 
265 

Clark, Larry 282, 336 
Clark, Martha 232 
Clark, Michelle 343 
Clark, Tracey 261, 320, 
321 

Clark, Tracy 343 
Clary, Greg 265 
Clary, Jennifer 238 




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The FBI has initiated a search for qualified men and women for the position of Special Agent. Applicants must be US 
citizens, available for assignment anywhere within the Bureau's jurisdiction, between the ages of 23 and 35, possess a valid 
driver's license, and in excellent physical condition allowing the use of firearms and defensive tactics. Other qualifications 

also exist. The five entry programs to qualify for Special Agent consideration are: 

LAW Resident law school degree with two years of undergraduate work at an accredited college or university. 



ACCOUNTING A baccalaureate degree with a major in accounting from an accredited college o 
passed the uniform CPA exam or provide certification they are academically eligible t( 



university. Must have 
sit for the CPA exam. 



LANGUAGE A baccalaureate degree plus fluency in a language for which the Bureau has a need especially Russian, 

Chinese, Polish, Spanish, Arabic, Sicilian, or Armenian 



ENGINEERING/SCIENCE A variety of baccalaureate degrees are acceptable with an empha 



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degrees. 



DIVERSIFIED Baccalaureate degree in any discipline plus three years full-time work experience. 

There are a variety of benefits in US Government Service including retirement plan, group health and life insurance 
programs, sick and vacation pay and promotion. Entry level salary is $24,011 with additional compensation of 6,002 for 

overtime after completion of 1.5 week training school. 

For information including application form contact the nearest FBI Office's Applicant Coordinator 
THE FBI IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER 



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RECORDS 



GENERAL NUTRITION 
PRODUCTS, INC. 



The Manufacturing Arm of General Nutrition, Inc, 



Salutes The Students And Faculty Of 

Clemson University 

On Its 99th Anniversary 



GNP offers you the opportunity to seek employment in the Health and Nurtition 
Industry. We invite you to submit your resume to our Personnel Manager on your 
next step toward achieving your goals. 

Areas of consideration are in the field of Quality Control, Product Development, 
Engineering, Planning, Production, Marketing, Sales, and Accounting. 



GNP is a leader in the manufacture of 
*' SPORTS NUTRITION'* PRODUCTS 

and we are proud to applaud 
the Clemson Tiger Athletic Program, 

General Nutrition Products, Inc. • 1050 Woodruff Road • Greenville, S.C 29607 

An Equal Opportunity Employer 



INDEX V. 521 



. iary, Lou Ann 265 

Ciary, LouAnn 233 

^^lary, Paula 238 

J a use, Darrin 342 

Clayton, Beth 242, 328 

Clayton, Trent 274 

Clegg, Elaine 263 

Ciemensen, Chelle 269, 

326 

Clement, Ashley Ann 

314 

Clement, Ashleyann 

231, 232, 241 

Clemson House 104, 

105 

Clemson News Services 

108 

Clemson Research Park 

108 

Clemson University 

Computer Center 109 

Clinkscales, Meg 328 

Clipson, Heather 241 

Cloninger, Kelly 312 

Clouse, Brown 330 

Clyburn, Bob 273 

Coan, Georgia 314 

Coates, Julie 347 



Cochran, Carol 260 
Cochran, Kelly 314, 315 
Cockfield, Kelly 297, 
302 

Cody, Bryan 332 
Coffman, Angie 246 
Coffman, Wayne 282 
Coffrey, Paul 250 
Coggeshall, Chandler 
322 

Coker, Stephanie 302 
Colanbel, Vincent 250 
Cole, Clint 292, 340 
Cole, Eboo 243, 311, 
318, 319 

Cole, Farrow 347 
Coleman, Caroline 328 
Coleman, Jay 268 
Coleman, Jim 297 
Coleman, Lisa 334 
Coleman, Randy 253 
Coleman, Sonya 343 
Coleman, Steve 353 
Coleman, Toni 304 
Coles, Kelly 343 
Coley, James 182 
Coley, Shannon 246 
Collier, Kemberly 314 
Collier, Kim 311 
Collier, Kimberly 315 



Collins, Cathy 320 
Collins, Eddie 230 
Collins, Joel 353 
Collins, Michael 278 
Collins, Tammy 264 
Collins, Ted 353 
Combs, Corky 336 
Comer, Jenn 326 
Comins, Stephanie 318 
Comly, Kenneth 291 
Compton, Beth 238, 351 
Compton, James 291 
Compton, Jimmy 238 
Computer Department 
108 

Computer Operations 
Center 108 
Comstock, Rich 308 
Condon, Chris 310 
Condon, Pat 346 
Cone, Lee 347 
Coniglio, Denise 287 
Conklon, Duane 291 
Connelly, Mike 258 
Connelly, Wanda 236, 
263 

Conner, Freddie 290 
Connolly, Jim 346, 347 
Connor, Dennis 250 
Connor-Greene, Dr. 279 



Connor-Greene, Patti 
235 

Connors, Jennifer 275, 
304, 343 

Conrad, Brock 340 
Conrad, Carrie 242, 318 
Constante, Lisa 334 
Conte, Renee 241 
Conti, Danny 340 
Cook, Betty 236 
Cook, Christopher 338 
Cook, Connie 320 
Cook, Doug 336 
Cook, John 346 
Cook, Tim 256 
Cook, William 344, 345 
Cooke, David 287 
Cooksey, Jason 283 
Cooledge, Harold 237 
Cooley, Kim 261 
Cooper, Becky 326 
Cooper, Gary 185, 187 
Cooper, Julie 326 
Cooper, Scott 316 
Cooper, Susan 302 
Cooper, Susie 122, 328 
Cooperative Education 
112 

Copelan, Cheryln 302 
Copeland, Rebecca 324 



Cordrey, Celeste 319 

Corkern, Christopher 

310 

Corley, Dawn 256 

Corliss, Tricia 328 

Corliss, Trish 312, 313 

Cornelius, Laura 320 

Coskrey, Ernie 344, 345 

Cosmadelis, Deana 233, 

265 

Cosson, Michael 344, 

345 

Cost, Debbie 320 

Costa, Cliff 330 

Costello, Chris 247 

Costner, Charles 308 

Cote, Marc 346, 347 

Cothran, Al 241, 273, 

308, 309 

Cothran, Kristie 312 

Cothran, Toney 318 

Cotton, Ed 344 

Couch, Keith 266, 336, 

337 

Couch, Kim 307 

Counihan, Carrie 314 

Counsil, Craig 287 

Counts, Seritha 270 

Counts, Tony 263 

Couthran, Kristie 313 



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acute-care hospital serving the Sumter 
community with a full array of services. 
Call or write The Tuomey Hospital and 
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522 >w RECORDS 



Couture, Mike 282 

Couzens, Bryan 245, 

308 

Cove, Lori 297, 343 

Covington, Ana 320, 

321 

Covington, John 308 

Cowart, Carol 334 

Cowen, Jeff 353 

Cox, Carroll 314, 315, 

346, 347 

Cox, Craig 238, 266 

Cox, John 251 

Cox, Kelly 241, 290, 

293, 294, 304, 305 

Cox, Lisa 314, 315 

Cox, Rim 282, 291 

Coyle, Melanie 311 

Cozart, Brien 245 

Craddock, Jeff 230 

Craig, Andy 330 

Craig, Dawn 328 

Craig, Steven 231, 236, 

330, 348 

Craig, William 250 

Crawford, Jane 231 

Crawford, Julie 320 

Creech, Missie 320 

Creech, Susan 318 

Cribb, Connie 234, 302, 



303, 349 
Cribb, Kim 266 
Crocker, Doug 336 
Crocker, Lee 294 
Croft, Torie 334 
Cromer, Chelle 326 
Crooks, Tammy 294 
Cross, Vincent 322 
Crouch, Lisa 271 
Crouch, Luther 271 
Crow, Lesa 302 
Crowder, Ben 234, 236, 
241, 297, 348 
Crowder, Kenny 245 
Crowe, Nell Ann 333 
Crowell, Courtney 242, 
320 

Crowley, Hal 283 
Crump, Shannon 278 
Cruz, Jocelyn 324 
Culbertson, Tony 260 
Cummings, Jeff 263 
Cummings, Rodney 263 
Cunningham, Johanna 
351 
Cunningham, Shelly 

304, 343 

Cureton, Allison 246 
Curtice, Beth 334 
Curtis, Brian 263 



Curtis, Matt 330 
Curvey, Bill 245 
Cush, Larei 278 
Cutler, Kelly 314 



Deadlines — 
among Debbie's 
biggest biggest 
headaches. 



D'Alessandro, Michael 

338 

D'Angelo, Stacey 231, 

234, 314, 315, 330, 331, 

349 

Dabkowski, Kathy 243, 

275, 318 

Dabney, Camille 328, 

329 

Daggett, Pat 234 

Daichendt, Alyson 314 

Dale, Joel 289, 308, 309 

Dallery, Robert 330 

Dalpais, Miki 334 

Dalton, Bob 346, 347 

Dalton, Brett 295 

Dalton, Cece 293, 297, 

304 



Dang, Chau 324, 325 
Dangerfield, Dave 332 
Daniels, Gina 231 
Daniels, Jim 266, 275 
Darby, Joe 278 
Darling, Christopher 
291 

Darrah, Cathie 320, 321 
Daugherty, Teresa 256 
Daughtery, Scott 346 
Dausch, David 260 
Davenport, Becky 326 
Davidson, Dawn 261 
Davignon, Ann 324 
Davis, Angela 270, 272 
Davis, Barbara 314 
Davis, Chandra 257, 
271 

Davis, Dale 289 
Davis, Jackie 252 
Davis, Jacqueline 245 
Davis, James 259 
Davis, Jan 233, 256 
Davis, Jonathon 238 
Davis, Laura 261 
Davis, Lesley 320 
Davis, Lynn 263 
Davis, Margie 314 
Davis, Marie 256, 290 
Davis, Michael 306 



Davis, Steven 266 

Davis, Tracey 259 

Davorer, Maureen 304 

Dawsey, Greg 310 

Day, Chip 342 

Day, Julie 271 

Day, Pat 344 

DeBell, Jeff 237, 275, 

279 

Deboor, Annie 318 

Decharia, Tony 344, 

345 

Decker, Mary Beth 274 

Decker, Natalie 261 

Defenbaugh, Mary 294 

Defratus, David 237 

Degnan, Mary 334 

deGraan, Jeff 237, 275, 

279 

DeHart, Jean 274 

Deitchley, Jill 302 

DeKold, Shawn 340 

Delaney, Brenda 302, 

303 

Delay, Vincent 75 

Delbert McClinton 88 

Deller, Sandy 320 

Dellinger, Holly 305, 

331 

Delliyer, Holly 304 



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INDEX V 523 



Dei?,, Stan 310 
Demeter, Chris 266 
; Jempsey, Wendy 268 
Dennis, Art 276 

tennis, Libby 257 

:enry, Mike 322 
Dent, Jacqueline 240 
Denton, Keith 231 
Denton, Steve 266 
Department, Chemis- 
try 152 

Derrick, Barney 256 
Derrick, Catherine 245, 
295, 304 

Derrick, Joy 238 
Desai, Ajay 248 
DeSanctis, Vickie 263 
DesChamps, John 330 
DesChamps, Wally 233, 
263, 294 
Desmarteau 152 
DesMarteau, Noel 310 
Devaney, Austin 234, 
267, 293, 330 
Dew, Tammy 326 
DeWitt, David 330 
Deyrup, Vic 332 
Diamond, Cathy 266 
Dibble, Dianna 276 
DiBello, Martin 346 



Dick, Jennifer 302 
Dickerson, Evangeline 
231, 233, 253 
Dickerson, Kenan 238 
Dickerson, Rhonda 297, 
302 

Dickey, Joseph 278 
Dills, Jami 233, 256 
Dinge, Dennis 342, 343 
Dipple, Sue 243, 318 
Dishner, Jeff 245, 266 
Dittner, Derek 241, 316, 
348 

Dittner, Derick 293 
Dixon, Lori 314 
Dobson, Jim 276, 297 
Dobson, Steve 251 
Dodd, Julie 328 
Dodd, Maureen 326 
Dodds, David 310 
Dodds, Mark 344, 345 
Doering, Michael 338 
Doering, Mike 339 
Doggett, Pat 332 
Doggett, Tanner 241, 
332, 348 
Doiny, Sam 271 
Domasky, Bill 283 
Dommel, Jill 320 
Dommel, Zoe 320, 321 



Domurat, Kris 320 
Donalson, Molly 246 
Donkle, Mike 266 
Donnatelli, Dawn 286 
Donovan, Jenni 328 
Dorm, Elizabeth 318, 
319 

Dorn, Richard 340 
Dowd, Tom 332 
Dowling, George 233, 
252, 263, 346 
Doyle, Michael 246, 247 
Doyle, Tiffany 326 
Dozier, Sam 232, 236 
Drake, John 291 
Drake, John Harris 291 
Drake, Tonja 241 
Drezin, Lori 275 
Driehuis, Ingelise 164, 
284 

Driskell, Ann 351 
Driver, Liesl 261, 290 
Drosnock, John 249 
Dryden, Angela 318, 
319 

Duane, Diane 320 
Dubis, Jeff 276 
DuBose, Wil 233 
DuBose, Will 263 
Duckenfield, Christo- 



pher 108 

Duckworth, Jeff 231, 

234, 236, 241, 297, 336, 

337 

Duckworth, Leeanne 

241 

Duckworth, Leigh Ann 

318 

Dudley, Chris 284 

Duffie, Jack 245 

Duffie, Walt 245 

Duffie, Walter 344, 345 

Dufford, Nancy 314 

Duffy, Jim 231 

Duke, Anna 271 

Dukes, Tina 324 

Duncan, Ben 310 

Duncan, Brad 342 

Duncan, Chris 289 

Duncan, Elizabeth 241 

Dunlap, Bruce 342 

Dunlap, Jim 248 

Dunlap, Robin 241 

Dunlap, Todd 336 

Dunn, Clinton 322 

Dunn, Devin 308 

Dunnagin, Cindi 320 

Dunsford, Libby 236, 

326, 327 

Dupre, Gary 232, 236 



DuRant, John 330 

Durant, Kathryn 318, 

319 

Durham, Dolores 328 

Durham, Kathryn 234, 

326, 327 

Durnin, Denise 271, 278 

Dye, Mark 322 



Empty — not a 
chance when it 
comes to a park- 
ing space. 



Eaddy, Electa 245 
Earls, Donna 245 
Earnest, Kevin 231, 
236, 297 

Earnhart, David 236 
Easterling, Macon 312, 
313 

Ebert, Scott 338 
Edge, Walt 342 
Edison, Mike 266 
Edwards, Ashley 245 
Edwards, John 266 
Edwards, Tameka 253 
Edwards, Thereas 238 



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INDEX 



525 



Edwards, Theresa 236, 

276 

Edwards, Tommy 306 

Effner, Jack 283 

Efird, Chip 277, 332 

Efird, Jane 238, 318 

Eisengrein, Mark 237, 

297 

Eisenhour, Tara 246 

Elder, Angela 238, 351 

Eldridge, Julie 266, 320 

Eldridge, Noel 247 

Eleazer, Hannah 304 

Elias, Carey 328 

Ellington, Christopher 

294 

Ellintino, Keith 292 

Elliot, Miles 322 

Ellis, Bob 246 

Ellis, Brian 258 

Ellison, Craig 264, 306 

Ellmaker, Sandy 324, 

325 

Elmore, Edie 318 

Elmore, Robert 230, 

264 

Elsea, Tim 249 

Elwick, Joanne 291 

Elzoghbi, Louis 244 

Emanuel, Carol L. 350 



Emich, Christina 241, 
305 

Emick, Christina 304 
Emory, Beth 241 
Enger, Lisa 304 
English, Dave 251 
English, Sam 277 
Enzor, Scott 271 
Ericson, Amy 257 
Erwin, James 238, 291 
Erwin, Sam 322 
Espino, Jerome 342 
Essay, Mark 346 
Esser, Paul 287 
Estes, Brad 310 
Estes, Bryan 241, 245 
Estes, Leslie 318 
Etheredge, Carla 280 
Ethridge, Pat 330 
Eubank, Graham 322 
Eul, Teri 241 
Evans, Charlotte 314 
Evans, Drew 291 
Evans, Kimberely 318 
Evans, Megan 326 
Evans, Tracy 318 
Evatt, Melanie 263, 302 
Everhart, Chris 263 
Everhart, Christopher 
233 



Evers, Jenny 334 
Eyeman, Angle 320 
Eyman, Angle 347 



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mond Institute. 



Facelli, Cynthia 257, 
334, 335 

Facelli, Stephanie 258, 
290 

Faig, Kenneth 250 
Faile, Keitha 302, 303, 
347 

Fain, Max 322 
Fainberg, Martha 263 
Fair, Laura 314 
Fairey, Burke 282 
Falgout, Van 316 
Fallaw, Ashley 230 
Fallin, Denise 302, 303 
Falls, Ashley 318 
Fandeiti, Don 310 
Fant, Kathy 334, 335 
Fantin, Andrea 318 
Farber, Heidi 314 
Parish, Paige 314 



Farmer, Augustus 276 
Farmer, Billy 259, 277 
Farmer, Hunter 310 
Farr, Gordy 242 
Farris, Tad 231, 245 
Farrisee, Scott 342 
Farrish, Paige 315 
Fasset, Dan 308 
Fatliff, Jay 332 
Faulkner, Melissa 241, 
304, 349 

Feeley, Jenn 286 
Fehling, Susan 289 
Feinberg, Joe 284 
Felder, Adrienne 243 
Felder, Amy 295 
Felger, Jonathan 245 
Fencher, Darwin 352 
Fendley, Leigh 302 
Pennington, Kevin 330 
Ferel, Mark 340 
Ferguson, Kim 326, 327 
Ferguson, Mike 241, 
344 

Fernandez, David 259 
Fernandez, Gaston 279 
Ferro, Chris 342 
Fetner, Tara 314 
Fidler, Brent 346 
Filer, Martha 233, 263 



Pike, Paul 230 
Finch, Bryan 241, 344, 
345 

Finklea, Carroll 304 
Fipp, Kathy 241 
Fisher, DeAnne 256 
Fisher, Gardner 340 
Fisher, Leigh Ann 318 
Fisher, Randy 230, 264 
Fitchett, Mike 287 
Fitz-Hugh, Meredith 
297 

Fitzgerald, Kira 324, 
325 

Flaherty, Pat 353 
Flanagan, Beth 324 
Flanders, Sheila 236 
Flannagan, Beth 325 
Fleetwood Mac 92 
Fleming, David 122 
Fleming, James 238 
Fleming, Joy 208, 286 
Flenniken, Joseph 338 
Fletcher, Doug 332, 336 
Flippo, Terry 259 
Floyd, Nancy 314 
Floyd, Sally 271 
Floyd, Susan 343 
Flynn, Jeanne Anne 
304 




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RECORDS 






Flynn, Kitty 246 
Flynn, Michelle 314 
Fogle, Ray 346 
Foley, Ames 338 
Folk, Sallie 351 
Ford, Danny 180 
Ford, Paige 326 
Ford, Ted 236, 344 
Forest, Penelope 280 
Forrest, Leona 240 
Forrest, Susan 318 
Forshee, Christie 243 
Fort Hill 148 
Fort, Andy 330 
Fortner, Alan 277 
Fosaaen, Ken 232, 233, 
236, 265 

Foshee, Darryl 238 
Foster, Allison 257 
Foster, Beth 231, 314, 
315, 326, 327, 349 
Foster, Kerry 231, 269 
Foster, Linda 269, 327 
Foster, Linday 326 
Foster, Steve 266 
Foster, Wendy 339 
Fourspring, Kimberly 
232, 304 

Fowler, David 322 
Fowler, Don 237 



Fowler, Karen 280 
Fox, Dudney 322 
Fox, Kathleen 324 
Foy, Amy 238 
Frampton, Caroline 294 
Frank, Jay 332 
Fraser, Cindy 232 
Fraser, Cynthia 291 
Frasier, Keehna 233, 
265 

Frate, Chris 324 
Frate, Christina 230 
Frazier, Dorisine 20 
Frazier, Michael 256 
Freeland, Thomas 322 
Freytag, Mike 308, 309 
Fricault, Valerie 277 
Frick, Jennifer 122, 230, 
270, 277 
Frick, Pam 20 
Friedrick, Steve 344 
Friend, Angela 326 
Friend, Carol 263 
Frisch, Carl 274 
Fritz, Mike 336 
Frooman, Matt 285 
Fullard, Vanessa 280 
Fullard, Wanda 280 
Fuller, Bryan 322 
Fuller, Jennifer 334 



Fuller, Trey 322 

FuUerten, Holly 304, 

305 

Fullerton, Holly 232, 

275 

Furman 110 

Furman, J.R. 310 

Fusonie, Hope 290 

Fusonie, Hupe 293 



G 



ross — food 
served at 

Harcombe. 



Gaddis, Ben 238 

Gaddy, Chris 310 

Gaddy, Mary 230, 272 

Gagman, Robyn 349 

Gagnon, Karen 230 

Gagnon, Robyn 326, 

327 

Gallagher, Colleen 324 

Galley, Laurin 257 

Gallman, Charles 297 

Galluscio, Dr. Eugene 

142 

Gambrell, Lisa 350 

Gandy, Greg 250 



Gandy, Gregory 294 

Gant, Susan 324 

Gant, Yolanda 240 

Gardiner, Skip 330 

Gardner, Eddie 342 

Gardner, Laura 326, 

343 

Gardner, Tracy 326, 

327 

Gardo, Mark 271 

Garner, Courtney 240 

Garner, Shelli 302 

Garren, Helen 343 

Garrett, Stanley 294 

Garrett, Tammy 314, 

315 

Garrison, Dave 346 

Garrison, David 347 

Garrison, Jason 291 

Garvin, Barbara 314, 

347 

Gaskin, Tracy 270 

Gaskins, Bennie 253, 

260 

Gasoue, Laura 297 

Gasparini, Scott 338, 

339, 348 

Gaston, Holly 268 

Gaston, Weesie 326, 327 

Gatlin, Gireta 302 



Gay, Laura 290 
Geekster, Jim 342 
Gehl, Maria 324 
Gehrig, Paul 336, 337 
Geiger, Jim 238, 266 
Genovese, Tim 179 
George, Joanna 318 
George, Marvelyn 240 
Georgia Tech 110 
Gerger, Craig 276 
Gerrish, Kris 313 
Gerwig, Shawn 252 
Gibson, Ava 318, 319 
Gibson, Danita 253, 293 
Gibson, Danita E. 350 
Gibson, Gwinn 304, 305 
Gilbert, Mark 258 
Gilbert, Suzanne 302, 
303 

Gileaton, Caroline 304 
Giles, Fred 293 
Giles, Frederick 352 
Giles, Miguel 344 
Gilgen, Christa 304, 305 
Gill, Rudy 242, 310 
Gilstrap, Keith 266 
Giorgio, Laura 324 
Gipson, Jenna 314 
Gist, Chris 293 
Gist, Christopher 297 









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INDEX 



527 



latt 312 
jiaddeu, Julie 320 
"Ur^caiow^ Ruth Ann 

C'iasgow, Beth 234, 238, 

sow, Ruth Ann 320 
Glasgow, Ruth Anne 
245 

Glass, Mark 234, 236, 
344, 345 

Gleaton, Mike 249 
Glenn, David 310 
Glover, Anese 243 
Gnauthom, John 265 
Goad, Sarah 257 
Godbold, Celia 343 
Goff, Greg 310 
Goff, Kelly 328 
Goffi, Mela 266 
Goforth, Kim 240 
Goist, Kristy 241, 326 
Golden, Jack 250 
Golden, Trixie 350 
Goldfinch, Charlene 
234 

Goldhirsh, Renee 287 
Goldman, Blake 346 
Goldsby, Walt 336 
Goldsmith, Ann Marie 



320 

Goldstein, Phil 332 

Golinski, Bert 234, 340 

Gomillion, Sonya 253 

Gondi, Gautham 340 

Gonzales, Jen 334 

Good, Sheryl 350 

Goode, Tracy 267 

Gooding, Mary 278 

Goodling, Mike 340 

Goodling, Robert 273, 

293 

Goodman, Jan 238 

Goodrich, Mike 269, 

344, 345 

Goodson, Jane 271 

Goodwin, Amanda 343 

Goodwin, Kara 320 

Goodwin, Karen 274 

Gordan, Stuart 322 

Gordon, Angela 326, 

327 

Gordon, Melanie 297 

Gordon, Michele 287 

Gorman, Susan 250, 

326, 327 

Gottsegan, Maggi 314 

Gould, Bill 232, 234, 

277 

Gowan, David 280 



Grabka, Liz 334, 335 
Grace, Chris 258, 259 
Grace, Gary 293 
Grady, Mary 243, 295, 
312, 313, 318 
Grady, Maureen 231, 
234, 297, 328, 329, 349 
Grafton, Jim 275 
Graham, Cindy 326 
Graham, Matthew 272 
Grainger, Brenda 324 
Grandziak, Marsha 282 
Grant, Brian 259 
Grant, Tracy 253 
Grattan, Gil 276 
Gravely, William 344, 
345 

Graves, Marty 260, 273 
Graves, Sandy 257 
Graviss, Jennie 287 
Gray, Rob 339 
Gray, Robert 338 
Green, Brigitte 253 
Green, Dennis 271 
Green, Michael 276 
Green, Russell 346 
Green, Sondra 320 
Greene, Clint 330 
Greene, Jody 257 
Greenhill, Jerry 231, 



262 

Greenhill, Terri 261 
Greenwood, John 258 
Greenwood, Louise 289 
Greer, Don 249 
Greer, Eddie 312 
Greer, Tom 346, 348 
Greer, Tony 236, 293, 
344, 345 

Gregory, Gil 270, 294 
Gresham, Ellen 263 
Gressette, Ila 320 
Grice, Rebecca 343 
Griffin, Dean 291 
Griffin, Eddie 283 
Griffin, Jane 319 
Griffin, Thomas 236 
Griffin, Wayne 322 
Griffing, Rayna 286 
Griffith, Dekle 330 
Griffith, Jason 156 
Grignano, Laura 282 
Grimes, Phil 353 
Grodsky, Ruth 287 
Grogan, Stephanie 328, 
329 

Grooms, Stacey 324 
Grosjean, Robyn 261 
Gross, Jason 312 
Grossman, John 310 



Grote, John 340 
Grove, Stephen 268 
Grover, Dan 238 
Gruber, Kristen 266 
Gruca, Debbie 231 
Gstell, Scott 346 
Guerry, Anna 343 
Guest, Amy 289 
Guffey, Mike 258 
Guffey, Rachel 258 
Guge, Don 294 
Guide, V.D.R. 264 
Guidry, Ron 249 
Gulick, Christy 241 
Gulledge, Allison 323 
Gullege, Allison 318 
Gunter, Joy 307 
Gurton, Bonnie 303 
Guthrie, Jill 231, 304, 
305, 349 

Guy, Brian 232, 260 
Guyer, Jym 283 
Gwaltnex, Liz 341 
Gwaltney, Allan 344 
Gwaltney, Liz 304 



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openings for Electrical, Mechanical, Indus- 
trial and Civil Engineers. We offer 
challenging opportunities in the areas of 
planning and design, power plant operations 
customer contact, and more. 

In addition to an exciting career, we offer 




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benefits. 
Florida's tropical climate encourages 
an active outdoor way of life all 
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So, if you're an Engineer looking 
for a good company to grow with, 
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should submit resume including 
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company that planted the seeds of the information 
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above the rest. 

We're the people who brought the world the 
telephone, the transistor, the solar cell, the laser, 
sound motion pictures, high fidelity recording 
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in new technologies such as microelectronics, 
photonics, software and digital systems. 

Our streamlined new company is full of high-tech 
opportunities just right for the picking. Meeting 
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telecommunications products. Pioneering long 
distance voice and data services. Providing state-of- 
the-art network systems for the industry. 

We've always been able to deliver high quality 
products and services because we've always 
attracted people of high quality. 

Whether it's telephones, information or network 
systems, long distance services or computers, AT&T 
is the right choice. 



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INDEX 



529 



/se ideas. 



Haas, i!]l-.zabeth 318 
Haase, Sharon 277 
Hagins, Ann 293, 334 
Hagins, Susan 334, 335 
Hague, Cindy 243, 296, 
329 

Hahn, Laura 333 
Haile, Marcella 249 
Haire, Weldon Vanzell 
20 

Hairfield, Susan 302 
Hale, Katherine 318 
Hale, Tammy 249 
Haley, Scott 233, 265, 
344 

Halifa, Yeheckel 282 
Hall, Jeff 247 
Hall, Martin 36 
Hall, Mary 261 
Hall, Mindy 320, 321 
Hall, Stephanie 334 
Hall, Steve 256 
Hallat, Will 308 
Hallett, Phil 282 
Hallihan, Scott 312 
Halloway, Maurice 352 
Hallquist, Dale 283 



Hames, Herbie 241, 

344, 345 

Hamilton, Caty 318 

Hamilton, Chris 308 

Hamilton, Denise 293, 

304 

Hamilton, Felicia 236 

Hamilton, Tori 314 

Hamlin, Tami 253 

Hamm, Julie 272 

Hammond, Don 346, 

347 

Hammond, Hank 346, 

347 

Hammond, Jon 336, 

337 

Hammond, Melonie 

231 

Hanahan, Jane 324 

Handley, John 266 

Handlos, Tina 250 

Hanes, Mark 236 

Haney, Jim 308 

Hanks, Lisa 307 

Hanna, Anne Marie 

230, 264 

Hanna, Elizabeth 334 

Hanna, John 278 

Hannah, Jay 242 

Hanvey, Julie 258 



Haque, Cindy 328 
Harbison, Katherine 
334 

Hardee, Charles 266 
Hardin, Garrett 294 
Hardon, Chris 332 
Hardwick, Julie 320 
Hardy, Dale 251 
Hare, Ginny 250, 251 
Hargis, Charles 291 
Hargreaves, Sara 266 
Harkins, Chris 279 
Harkins, Christine 232, 
235 

Harlan, John 342 
Harlow, Art 332 
Harlowe, Brooks 266 
Harmon, Al 275 
Harmon, Bill 246, 270 
Harmon, Laura 328 
Harmon, Rhonda 238 
Harness, Missy 302 
Harrell, Aubrey 230, 
236, 244, 245, 264 
Harrell, Cathy 304, 305, 
341 

Harrell, Jamie 312 
Harrell, Kathy 234 
Harris, Ann 240 
Harris, April 328 



Harris, David 338, 339 
Harris, Jodi 263 
Harris, Jordan 344, 345 
Harris, Larry 294 
Harris, Lucy 241 
Harris, Paula 252 
Harris, Pitts 322 
Harris, Sharon Lisa 243 
Harris, Steph 293 
Harris, Stephanie 20, 
292 

Harrison, Lori 307 
Harrleson, Kelly 259 
Harroun, John 342 
Harshbarger, Nancy 
236 

Hart, Teri 239 
Hart, Tommy 231 
Harte, Chris 245, 292 
Hartly, Pam 238 
Hartwell, John 308 
Harvey, Idethia 351 
Harvin, Mary Ellis 326 
Haseldon, David 258 
Hash, Caren 302, 303 
Hassell, Stephanie 334 
Hastings, Diane 260 
Hastings, Jackie 261 
Hausmann, Peter 245, 
250 



Hautley, Bill 245 
Hawfield, Lee 334 
Hawkins, Dan 330 
Hawkins, Elizabeth 326 
Hawkins, Kevin 258 
Hawkins, Kirk 249, 251 
Hawkins, Scott 262 
Hawkins, Ty 282 
Hayden, Donald 245 
Hayden, Pam 287 
Hayes, Adam 346, 347, 
348 

Hayes, Dawn 295 
Hayes, Donna 328, 333 
Hayes, Eric 285 
Hayes, Jon 251 
Haynes, Pat 306 
Haynes, Patrick 271 
Hays, Mandy 241, 302 
Hayward, Jon 312 
Hayward, Kim 312 
Haywood, Curt 283 
Hazel, Alison 326 
Heaner, Stroman 231 
Heatherly, Robin 320 
Hechenbleikner, Wal- 
ter 276, 306 
Heckel, Donnie 283 
Heckert, Jayne 243 
Heckman, CHristime 



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RECORDS 



326 

Heffernan, Bert 158, 

159, 282 

Heiden, Staci 243 

Heinkin, Robin 257 

Heinlein, Renee 240 

Heinlien, Robin 233 

Helms, Beth 326 

Helms, Kristy 320 

Helms, Sara 230 

Helms, Scott 287 

Hembree, Lee 346 

Hemphill, Susie 320 

Henderlite, Scott 353 

Henderson, Jim 312 

Henderson, Joe 184 

Henderson, Kelly 250 

Henderson, Ronald 352 

Hendricks, Lauren 263, 

324 

Hennessey, Jim 233, 

263 

Henricks, Martin 312 

Henrickson, Michael 

271 

Henrie, Jeff 241 

Henry, Aimee 302 

Henry, Millie 302 

Henry, Ralph 336 

Hensley, Leslie 328, 329 



Herbert, Charles 346, 
347 

Herbert, Melissa 307 
Herbert, Meredith 304, 
305 

Herin, Dina 302, 303 
Herko, Joanne 324 
Herlihy, Barbara 280 
Herlong, Joe 336, 337 
Herlong, Lee 312 
Herndon, Batts 327 
Herndon, Betts 326 
Herndon, Marie 326 
Herndon, Todd 308 
Herod, Maury 291 
Herring, Julie 252, 314 
Herring, Rick 346 
Herrington, Terrance 
282 

Herrmann, Chris 312 
Herron, Bobbi 321 
Herron, Bobbie 320 
Hervey, Adethia 351 
Heubel, Rob 249 
Jieusinkveld, Paula 279 
Heyer, Mary 326 
Hicks, Mary 232 
Hieber, Terri 320, 321 
Higgins, Trip 291 
Higgs, Missy 351 



Hilborn, Carrie 244 
Hildreth, Kathy 302 
Hill, Charlie 104 
Hill, Mike 241, 344 
Hill, Renvy 334 
Hilliard, Rob 285 
Hilton, Alicia 253 
Hines, Laura 295, 304 
Hinton, Helen 324 
Hinze, Candice 245 
Hippler, Luke 308 
Hipps, Opal 102 
Hipskind, Tim 308 
Hirtz, Anita 326, 327 
Hodgdon, Mark 252 
Hodgkiss, Richard 245 
Hoenyk, Yvonne 320 
Hofer, Cathy 284 
Hoffman, Linda 256 
Hogg, Cindy 238, 245 
Hoggard, Jack 332 
Hohlowski, Sean 310 
Hokie, Jane 240 
Holaday, Beth 324 
Holbrook, Nicole 231, 
328, 329 

Holcombe, Diane 334 
Holden, Kristie 304 
Holebrook, Nicole 234 
Holiday, Carol 238 



Holingsworth, John 

312 

Holladay, Lisa 314 

Holland, Beth 324 

Holland, Darrell 270, 

291 

Holland, Mark 330 

Holland, Mike 330 

Holleman, Laura 257 

Holley, Elizabeth 328 

Holliday, Carol 334 

Holliday, Rick 332 

Holling, Robert 247 

Hollingsworth, Croft 

344 

Hollingsworth, Sarah 

343 

Hollis, Chellie 318, 319 

Holloway, Becky 289 

Hollub, David 291 

Holman, Kim 290 

Holmbeck, Skelly 246, 

251 

Holsonback, Emory 

232, 264, 265 

Holstein, Jim 322 

Holt, Jeff 238, 245 

Holt, Paige 286 

Holtzclaw, Lynn 339 

Holtzendorff, Anica 



241, 326 

Holwadel, Stuart 322 
Hooker, Matt 308, 309 
Hopkins, Debbie 250 
Hopkins, Steve 310 
Horni, Edward 236, 276 
Horton, Billy 310 
Horton, Pepper 342 
Houseal, Marian 241 
Houseal, Marianne 318 
Houston, Dawn 246, 
302 

Howard, Jennifer 294 
Howard, Katrea 280 
Howe, Wende 302 
Howell, Billy 310 
Howell, Blake 275, 279 
Howell, David 336, 337 
Howell, Kurt 283 
Howell, Lee 328 
Howie, Glenn 322 
Hoybach, Lisa 324 
Hoyle, Angle 280 
Hoyle, Joel 306 
Hoysa, Susan 268, 284 
Hrovat, Dave 287 
Hubbard, Clifford 265 
Huber, Susan 236, 276 
Huber, Tanja 326 
Hucheson, Tracy 246 



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INDEX 



531 



Hucks, Andrea 241 
Hucks, Mary 320 
Hucks, Paige 314 
Hudgins, Stephanie 323 
Hudgins, Tammy 328 
Hudson, Annette 326, 
327 

Hudson, Doug 249 
Hudson, Joe 256 
Hudson, Mark 310 
Hudson, Paige 261 
Huey Lewis 88 
Huffman, Tim 271, 273 
Huggins, Kert 251 
Huggins, Mike 282 
Hughes, Brenda 274 
Hughes, Charles 338 
Hughes, Cheryl 294 
Hughes, Kitty 326 
Hughes, Lynda 287 
Hughes, Mike 342 
Hughes, Myra 277, 350 
Hultquist, Lea 302 
Hummel, Joe 284 
Hummel, John 284 
Humphrey, Beth 326 
Humphrey, Jill 304, 349 
Humphreys, Lee 278 
Hunsuck, Peter 290 
Hunt, Andrea 243, 318 



Hunt, Christie 334 
Hunt, Phil 336, 337 
Hunt, Timothy 269 
Hunter Chemistry Lab- 
oratory, Howard L. 152 
Hunter, Howard L. 152 
Hunter, Rita 328, 329 
Hurlebaus, Chris 256 
Hurston, Julie 278, 290, 
293 

Huskin, John 272 
Hutcheson, Tracy 238 
Hutchinson, Tracy 314 
Hutson, Ellyn 271 
Hutto, Angela 264 
Hutto, Kelly 314 
Hux, Ned 332 
Hyatt, Ron 238 
Hyatt, Ronald 245 
Hyde, Roby 316 
Hyler, Anita 307 
Hyman, Bill 287 
Hynan, Dave 283 



Ichthyology — Zool- 
ogy's version of 
swimming class and 
the study of fish. 



lacono, Paul 270 
iBierman, Jeff 330 
Ibrahim, LM. 284 
Ikeler, Michael 241, 293 
Ikeler, Mike 344, 345 
Inabinet, Bobby 310 
Inabinet, Mary 320 
Inabinette, Ray 352 
Inabinette, Tony 352 
Ingraham, Michelle 
320, 321 

Ingram, Sam 280 
Ingram, Tommy 246, 
250 

Israel, Janice 234, 277 
Ivester, Todd 336 



J 



ob — something 
many seniors 
want. 



Jackson, Chris 312, 313 
Jackson, Jane 324 
Jackson, Jerome 258 
Jackson, Kelly 326 
Jackson, Kris 328 
Jackson, Luke 249, 353 
Jackson, Michael 233 



Jackson, Mike 263 
Jackson, Scott 344, 345 
Jackson, Tricia 287 
Jacobsen, Liz 320, 321 
Jacoby, Jeanne 247, 275 
James, Angela 314 
James, David 291 
James, Sharon 238 
James, Susan 318, 323 
Jamrozy, Ute 282 
Jarck, Chris 302 
Jarrell, Tammy 320, 
321 

Jarvis, Ann 326 
Jaskwich, Leanne 314 
Jaworski, Steve 266, 
342 

Jay, John 282 
Jaynes, Richard 344 
Jeanes, Jennifer 304 
Jefferson, Anthony 283 
Jendraslek, James 348 
Jenkins, Bobbit 344 
Jenkins, Bobbitt 241 
Jenkins, Karen 289 
Jenkins, Kent 238 
Jennings, Jason 342 
Jennings, Keith 183, 
186 
Jennings, Maureen 269 



Jerehmiah, Bill 330 
Jerome, Karen 232 
Jessie, Mark 252, 263 
Jillson, David 260 
Johannes, Steve 287 
Johanning, David 289 
John Cadwell Calhoun 
148 

Johnson, Amanda 266, 
328 

Johnson, Ashley 286 
Johnson, Bill 297, 330 
Johnson, Brian 312 
Johnson, Claudia 279 
Johnson, Dana 324, 325 
Johnson, Daon 253 
Johnson, Denise 253 
Johnson, Elizabeth 249 
Johnson, James 346 
Johnson, Janine 242, 
326, 327 

Johnson, Jeff 316 
Johnson, Julie 302 
Johnson, Kevin 156 
Johnson, Margaret 240 
Johnson, Mary 286 
Johnson, Michelle 314 
Johnson, Mike 330 
Johnson, Nelson 249 
Johnson, Padget 251 



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^^^^^^^^^^ ments: to maintain state- 

of-the-art, high-tech- 
nology manufacturing/ 
research and develop- 
ment facilities, and to 
maintain the kmd of atmosphere for our people that promotes 
teamwork, yet encourages independent thinking. Here, you'll 
find yourself involved on exciting pro|ects, working side-by-side 
with some of the industry's most respected professionals. Yet, you 
will quickly realize that your ideas count at Michel in and that you 
con impact the goals that are so important to our continued 
success. 

We're pioneering technologies that will redefine performance 
standards of radial tires. At Michelin, we strive to give the industry 
what It has come to expect from us— leadership, innovation, and 
product excellence. 

With that as our challenge, we seek the kind of engineering talent 
that can make a difference, if you seek on environment that 
inspires your professional best; that depends on results; that pro- 
motes teamwork, yet recognizes individual contribution, your 
career should be with Michelin. 

If you ore on engineer who would like to be associated with a pro- 
gressive company committed to excellence, send your resume or 
call: Michelin Tire Corporation. 
Corporate Recruiting, P.O. Box 
2846, Station CA, Greenville, 
SC 29602, (803) 277-9300. An 
Equal Opportunity Employer. 



MICHELIN 

PUniNG CAREERS IN MOTION. 




INDEX" 



533 



Joh. .ula 320 


Joyner, Donna 253 


Karo, Jeanie 320 


Kelly, Sara 351 


Kindelberger, Kelly 


Johnsor-:, rjandy 334 


Jufreida, Mike 249 


Kartley, Amy 267 


Kelso, Rick 258 


294 


JobRson, Tracy 187 


Julian, Lee 292 


Kartman, Gretchen 


Kemmerling, Jan 287 


King, Anna 324 


Johnston, Andy 284 


Junkin, Julie 263 


318, 319 


Kennedy, Moorehead 


King, Karen 326 


Joiner, Kellie 334 




Kasir, David 308 
Kassis, Jane 231, 268 


104 

Keough, Jim 287 


King, Laney 314 


Jolly, David 232, 291 




King, Lynn 297 


Jolly, Myra 232, 280 


1^^^ illing of bea- 


Kastery, Kirstin 304 


Kerbow, Jeff 233, 252, 


King, Nancy 234, 245, 


Jones, Alan 336 


^^k vers — greatly 


Kaufman, Randy 248 


263 


302, 303 


Jones, Amy 231, 328, 


^ ^^exaggerated by 


Kaufman, Tammie 326 


Kerns, Laura 326 


King, Robert 322 


329, 336 


the Tiger — watch out 


Kay, Karen 302, 303 


Kersh, Chris 332 


King, Ty 336 


Jones, Barbara 230, 


for that chain saw! 


Kay, Martha 238 


Kersh, Elizabeth 304 


Kinley, Gwynne 251, 


232, 264, 351 




Kazmarek, Doug 322 
Kearse, Susan 270 


Key, Douglass 256 
Kibler, Paula 320, 321 


252, 270 


Jones, Blaire 304 




Kinloch, Julie 328 


Jones, Brad 238 


Kaczor, Alicia 320 


Kee, Andy 340 


Kicklighter, Beth 263 


Kinnear, Kent 164, 285 


Jones, Brett 287 


Kaercher, Kim 320, 347 


Kegg, James 241 


Kicklighter, Jimbo 250 


Kinney, Dan 249 


Jones, Fred 258 


Kaercher, Kimberly 


Keisler, Paul 258 


Kieran, Amy 263, 334 


Kinoshita, Naoko 231 


Jones, James 265 


240 


Keith, Kelly 314 


Kiley, Brian 338 


Kinser, Kerry 324, 325 


Jones, Mark 308 


Kalescky, Jenine 232 


Kekas, Dennis 245, 252, 


Kilton, Jim 231 


Kirby, Kristin 304 


Jones, Mary Helen 318 


Kalikin, Michelle 282 


263 


Kilton, Michelle 303 


Kirby, Rhonda 243 


Jones, Ricky 289 


Kalons, Leslie 304 


Keller, Mike 353 


Kim, Mi Kyong 302 


Kirch, Ernie 330 


Jones, Sandra 253 


Kalons, Lesly 243 


Kellet, Richard 312 


Kimbrell, Dan 291 


Kirchner, Elizabeth 


Jones, Sharon 236 


Kamarauskas, Karen 


Kellett, Melissa 232, 


Kimbrell, Tim 259, 276 


245 


Jones, Susan 293 


286 


234, 277 


Kimbrough, Tracie 351 


Kirchner, Liz 264, 265 


Jones, Tony 238 


Kanas, Jennifer 318 


Kellett, Nancy 315 


Kimes, Chris 245 


Kiriakides, Mike 312 


Jordan, Bruce 259 


Kaplan, Cheri 230, 264 


Kelley, Hoyt 308 


Kinard, Ann 302 


Kirkbride, David 293 


Jordan, Jamie 326 


Kaplan, Jim 344, 345 


Kelley, Jim 249 


Kinard, Jean 319, 320 


Kirkbride, Debbie 320, 


Jordan, Molly Kate 318 


Karmilovich, Carolyn 


Kelley, Nancy 263 


Kincaid, Tim 289 


321 


Jordan, Wayne 291 


328 


Kelly, Beth 351 


Kindelain, Cristina 241 


Kirkland, Dawn Ellen 


Josey, Tanya 263 


Karmilovich, Jeff 247 


Kelly, Ken 294 


Kindelbergber, Kelly 


249 


Joyce, William 342 


Karnes, Kimberly 304 


Kelly, Mike 353 


324 


Kirkland, Michelle 256 



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534 



RECORDS 



Kirkley, Allison 324 
Kirkley, Kerri 240 
Kirsch, Skip 245, 295, 
296, 297, 336 
Kirsimagi, John 336 
Kissner, Eric 340 
Kissner, Erik 271 
Kistner, David 342 
Kiton, Michelle 302 
Kitts, Dave 238 
Kizer, Jimmy 289 
Kizer, Marianne 326 
Kleiber, Tracy 333 
Klein, Laura 266, 339 
Kleinfelter, Katy 320 
Kleinman, Sharlene 
268 

Klieber, Tracey 320 
Kluttz, Ashely 305 
Kluttz, Ashley 304 
Kluttz, Heather 275, 
304 

Klutz, Ashley 266, 347 
Knapp, Jennifer 326, 
349 

Kneafsey, Kathleen 
332, 333 

Knebel, Karen 273 
Knebel, Nancy 320, 321 
Knecht, Amy 323 



Knight, Kelly 326 
Knight, Lori 334, 335 
Knoblauch, Mike 269, 
332 

Knoblauch, Patti 333 
Knoblauch, Patty 320 
Knoldauch, Patty 272 
Knowles, Mary 314 
Knox, Kate 304 
Koerber, Jon 292, 293 
Kolk, Meredith 304 
Koon, David 234 
Kopf, Craig 310 
Korn, Julie 326 
Kotwis, Joe 342 
Kramer, Jennifer 257 
Krause, Suzanne 304 
Krejci, Debbie 351 
Kremer, Dov 282 
Kremer, Mitzi 287 
Kriese, Chuck 285 
Kroll, Neil 306 
Kropp, Liz 326 
Kucer, Jennifer 240 
Kudlock, Tim 233, 263 
Kuehne, Kricket 318 
Kugler, Kathi 349 
Kugler, Kathy 328, 329 
Kunich, Kevin 310 
Kunkel, Mark 340 



Kusmik, Dave 308 
Kusmik, David 309 
Kutulas, Ernie 232, 236, 

245, 268 



L 



ee Hall — land 
of the Midnight 
Sun. 



L'Herault, France 264, 

292 

La France, Robert 287 

LaBombard, Brian 312 

Lackey, Timothy 280 

Lady, Brian 342 

Lady, John 238, 343, 

348 

Laedlein, Scott 279, 344 

LaForge, Larry 268 

Laguitan, Marlene 246 

Lake, Chip 346 

Laltay, Charles 348 

Lambert, Richard 238 

Lamble, Pete 263 

Lamm, Melody 231 

Lampe, Susan 256 

Land, Lori 347 

Land, Scott 236, 316, 



317 

Landers, Justin 238 
Landers, Knox 310 
Landon, Ron 342 
Landon, Ronald 343 
Langston, Gunter 241 
Lark, Kimberly 341 
Larsen, Derek 247 
Larsen, Patti 269 
Lash, Beth 252 
Lassiter, David 283 
Laster, Samantha 334 
Lathan, David 344 
Lathem, Junelle 243 
Latimer, Dig 280 
Latimer, Michelle 232, 
236 

Latimer, Reggie 263 
Latimer, Stuart 238 
Laucka, Renee 326 
Laurent, Dan 316, 317 
Law, Monique 350 
Lawisher, Hal 249 
Lawrance, Lesley 314 
Laws, Angle 304, 341 
Laws, Theresa 273 
Layman, Jeff 285 
Laymon, Julie 324 
Layton, Kerry 237 
Le Martin, Tim 265 



Leach, Lisa 236, 245 
League, Jay 245, 344 
Leaperd, Cindy 351 
Leaphart, Jenni 241, 
263 

LeBar, Kathy 241, 320 
Lebby, Kim 253 
LeBrun, Blake 231 
Lechner, Paul 353 
Ledbetter, Jennifer 
241, 280 

Ledford, Kim 320 
Lee, Andy 283 
Lee, Beth 266 
Lee, Eddie 275, 279 
Lee, Kenneth 241 
Lee, Kevin 268, 278 
Lee, Mary 263 
Lee, Melissa 230 
Lee, Scott 322 
Lee, Tricia 323 
Lee, Trisha 318 
Leeman, Richard 274 
LeFeure, Susan 305 
Lefevre, Susan 304 
Leffler, Larry 249 
LeGloahec, Eric 291 
LeGrand, Connie 245, 
296, 328 
LeGrand, Missy 328 



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INDEX ^ 535 



.eigh, Dr. David 233 
; iCigh, Heather 250 
;.eitch, Cathy 328 
Leland, Anne 239 
island, Kenny 332 

.ennartz, Carmen 279 

.ennon, Max 152 
i.enti, Michael 234 
Leonard, Gina 320, 321 
Leonard, Julie 244, 347 
Lesley, Greg 248 
Lesley, Julie 234, 269, 
297, 326, 327 
Lesley, Lynn 114 
Leslie, Greg 238 
Lester, Lisa 231 
Lesto, Nancy 266 
Levi, Lara 257 
Levy, Jacqueline 240, 
276 

Lewis, Brian 344 
Lewis, Cathy 241, 268, 
295, 304 

Lewis, Clifton 104, 236 
Lewis, Gary 273 
Lewis, Jeff 241 
Lewis, Jennifer 302 
Lewis, Mark 332 
Lewis, Mary 326 
Lewis, Stacey 314 
Lewis, Tim 344 
Lewis, Tony 346, 347 
Liesley, Julie 231 
Limehouse, McLean 
318 

Linder, David 291, 310 
Linder, Tom 276 
Lindley, Donna 307 
Lindsay, MIm 326 
Lindsay, Min 236 
Lindsey, Mim 293 
Ling, Gene 308 
Lingerger, Steven 342 
Lingus, Mark 332 
Lippard, John 312 
Lippincott, Charles 284 
Lis, Jim 340 
Lisenby, Lynnette 314 
Lister, Andrea 263 
Little, Michelle 318 
Little, Mike 330 
Little, Shanner 314 
Littlejohn, Kenny 346, 
347 

Littlejohn, Larry 306 
Littleton, Paul 312 
Livingston, Noyes 282 
Lloyd, Kim 249 
Locke, John 291 
Lockhart, Michael 344 
Logan, Dell 296, 304 
Logan, Gidget 320 
Lohrm, Mary 102 



Lolas, Tony 338 
Loman, Kim 323 
Lomax, Nick 297, 336 
Lomax, Vicki 326 
Long, Bobby 346 
Long, Christie 343 
Long, Christy 243 
Long, Darla 268 
Long, Haven 243, 328 
Long, Kelly 287, 318 
Long, Mark 233, 252, 
263 

Long, William 352 
Longino, Frances 238 
Loop, Keith 285 
Lorbach, Stan 330 
Lothridge, Steve 256 
Lott, Karen 112 
Lotts, Ed 260 
Lougee, Robin 234, 277 
Love, Heather 287 
Love, Mai 322 
Love, Peg 323 
Love, Wrennie 263 
Lovin, Ginger 276 
Lovin, Scott 340 
Lovitt, Teresa 286 
Lowder, Clay 231, 293, 
297, 330, 348 
Lowery, Derek 338 
Lowery, Phil 282 
Lowrance, Lesley 315 
Lowrance, Lesly 323 
Lowry, Linda 334 
Lowry, Martin 242, 340 
Lubkin, Walter 312 
Luby, Jon 287 
Luce, William 245, 322 
Lucie, Pete 251 
Ludden, Jim 346 
Lukens, Missy 318 
Lundy, Caroline 241 
Lusk, Don 258, 259 
Lusk, Kathy 231 
Lusk, Mike 246 
Lustig, Barbara 262 
Lustig, Pat 256 
Lustig, Patricia 233 
Lyday, Joe 249 
Lyde, Andy 283 
Lynch, Carrie 294, 304 
Lynch, Chris 260 
Lynch, Kristie 268, 304, 
347 

Lynn, Douglas 340 
Lyon, Rachael 304, 343 
Lyons, Ardy 316, 317 
Lyons, Michelle 235, 
279 
Lysaght, James 261 



Magaritas — 
the inspira- 
tion for these 
stupid little things that 
go in the index. 



Macdermant, Sean 332, 

348 

MacDonald, Steven 238 

Macenery, Thomas 322 

Mackey, Barber 312 

Mackey, Darryl 249 

Macleod, Merrill 324 

MacMillan, Christian 

242, 310 

Macy, Jacques 275 

Maday, Ron 332 

Madden, Scott 231, 273 

Madray, Russ 330 

Maglisceau, Jeannie 

320, 321 

Magneir, Mary 324 

Magnos, Marin 233 

Magnus, Martin 265 

Mahaffey, Joseph 342, 

343 

Maharrey, Rob 250 

Mahon, Katie 319 

Mahoney, Mike 336 

Maio, Michele 231 

Malay, Nancy 280 

Malcolm, Tracy 324 

Malone, Kelly 245 

Malone, Rob 342 

Malphrus, Mamie 233, 

258 

Malusa, Gina 276 

Manderscheid, Kelley 

263 

Manderschied, Kelley 

334 

Mandeville, Tracy 277, 

339 

Maney, Casey 320 

Mangels, Cynthia 297 

Mann, Sean 256 

Manning, Ralph 283 

Manqum, Rennae 328 

Manske, Eric 230, 241, 

342, 343 

Manteghi, Reyna 245 

Manucy, Jennifer 328 

Manucy, Lara 331 

Marbert, Melanie 274 

Marbut, Lannie 245 

Marcellas, Diane 256 

Marcenelle, Matt 283 

March, Angela 318 

Marchal, Doug 282 

Marchant, Jessica 295, 

311 

Marchant, Tampa 241 



Marchionne, Anna Ma- 
ria 230 

Mardenborough, Hal 
346 

Marinaro, Rob 284 
Marley, Brian 308 
Marshall, Elaine 236 
Marshall, Grayson 289 
Marshall, Heidi 268 
Marshall, Jack 268 
Marshall, Ken 231 
Martin 108 
Martin, David 265 
Martin, Debbie 242, 302 
Martin, Denise 294 
Martin, Dianne 351 
Martin, Grover 344 
Martin, Leigh 318 
Martin, Lynn 268, 302, 
303, 347 

Martin, Marty 238 
Martin, Rod 330 
Martin, Rolfe 310 
Martin, Rolph 234 
Martin, Shannon 304 
Martin, Susan 240, 320 
Martin, Tom 272, 291 
Martin, Tommy 269, 
280 

Martini, Julie 318 
Martini, Mike 294 
Mason, Jane 231 
Mason, Jodi 280, 320, 
321 

Masters, Brent 231 
Mathews, Aaron 278 
Mathews, Betty 246 
Mathews, Jamie 320 
Mathews, Kim 238, 274 
Mathisan, Janis 324 
Matsko, Pete 353 • 
Matthews, Eric 266 
Mattingly, Trent 342, 
343 

Mattison, Alicia 246, 
293 

Mattress, Jerry 75 
Matts, Aimee 326 
Mauldin, Marty 250 
Mauritz, Eddie 275 
Mauro, Kandy 324 
Mauterer, Susan 238, 
241 

May, Corinna 263 
Maybank, Walker 314, 
331 

Maybry, Dandy 266 
Mayer, Glen 265 
Mayes, Curt 265 
Mayfield, Scott 260 
Mayfield, Shelly 272 
Mazey, Randy 158, 282 
McAbee, Pam 304, 305 



McAlevy, Katie 311 
McAlister, Kelvin 265 
McAlister, Mac 292 
McAnly, Dawn 297, 
318, 331 

McArdle, Derek 284 
McAfee, Tamela 318 
McBryde, Steve 308, 
309 

McCachren, Monica 
250 

McCaffrey, Paul 282 
McCall, Michaela 343 
McCanless, Sara Mar- 
garet 238 

McCarter, Jeff 297, 336 
McClain, Barbara 314 
McClam, Marguerite 
256 

McClellan, Amy 320 
McConnell, Jim 266 
McConnell, Ken 338 
McCormick, Leslie 302 
McCowan, Betsy 318 
McCracken, Debbie 351 
McCullough, Susan 231 
McCutchen, Tracy 318 
McCutchen, Warren 
266 

McDermott, Amy 245, 
302 

McDernott, Amy 303 
McDevitt, Todd 336, 
337 

McDonald, Chuck 332 
McDonald, David 338, 
339 

McDonald, Gris 340 
McDonald, Jama 234, 
324, 325 

McDonald, Leslie 351 
McDonald, Mary Anne 
241, 293, 312, 313 
McDonald, Mike 110, 
111 

McDonald, Wally 267 
McElhenny, James 148 
McElveen, David 336, 
337 

McFadden, Paul 352 
McFadden, Wesley 185, 
189 

McFall, Brad 242, 336 
McFall, Robin 232, 236 
McFalls, Debbie 233, 
258 

McFann, Floyd 338 
McFarland, Cathy 318 
McFly, Scott 332 
McGaha, Kim 343 
McGarr, Tara 314 
McGee, Brett 336 
McGee, Mamie 287 



536 



RECORDS 



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people who've established us as one of the world's leading producers of 
exceptional technologies. 

We make the technologies that help heat our homes, fly our airplanes, 
explore space, keep our air and water clean, brighten the- paints and papers we 
use, power our cars, keep our stereos, computers, and telephones working, 
and more. 

Yet without our exceptional people, there would be no exceptional 
technologies. Which is why we work especially hard to offer our 7100 
employees a host of exceptional challenges, opportunities, and benefits. All 
within a corporate environment that actively encourages personal and 
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INDEX X. 537 



lifParliamentar- 

VViW^rr) 245 

.;< 271 
vlcGiilard, Teresa 324 
icGinnis, Courtney 
■0 
McGranahan, Kelly 
278 

McGranahan, Kelly 
Lee 271 

McGraw, Bryan 287 
McGregor, Sam 264, 
272 

McGuirt, Tony 294, 309 
McGurit, Tony 308 
McGurrin, Michael 252 
McHenry, Mike 332 
Mcintosh, Cindy 324 
Mclntyre, Rob 316 
McKennel, Bob 249 
McKenrick, Jim 233 
McKensie, Jack 308 
McKenzie, Curtis 253, 
266 

McKenzie, Suzie 238 
McKinney, Carey 291 
McKinney, Pete 247 
McLachlan, Jane 245 
McLaughlin, Bob 250 
McLaughlin, Kay 328 



McLauren, Steve 340 

McLean, Ann 318 

McLean, Bill 346 

McLean, Denebola 320 

McLellan, Suzanne 240 

Mclendon, Kathryn 

324 

McLeod, Eva 294 

McLeod, Walt 276, 306 

McLure, John 310 

McMahon, Lisa 302, 

303 

McMahon, Shane 308 

McMann, Dave 316, 

317 

McMann, David 237 

McManus, Kathy 277 

McMath, Scott 312 

McMillan, Scott 233, 

258, 259 

McMillan, Staci 328 

McMillian, Angela 324, 

325 

McNabb, Shawn 259 

McNeely, Emily 297, 

326 

McTeer, Ashley 323 

McWhater, Stewart 340 

Meador, Guy 259 

Meadows, Robert 338 



Meaker, Steve 312 
Mealey, Mark 312 
Meanor, J. B. 346 
Meares, Tom 246, 332 
Meath, Kevin 247 
Medford, Penni 234, 
277, 326, 327 
Medlin, Bobby 322 
Meek, John 284 
Meek, Mandy 287 
Meeks, Jim 249 
Meetze, Beverly 280 
Meetze, Jim 283 
Mehaffey, Shannon 
242, 314 

Meinberg, Chris 294 
Meintjes, Hillary 351 
Meissner, Beth Ann 
240 

Meller, Scott 346 
Mellichamp, Shannon 
294 

Mellott, Tim 283 
Melton, Regina 276 
Melton, Shannan 320 
Melton, Shannon 268 
Mendenhall, Debby 
326 

Menenette, Linda 249 
Menhennett, Linda 251 



Menichillo, Bill 247 
Menne, Pam 164, 284 
Menner, Pete 256 
Mentrach, Patti 245 
Mercier, Keith 330 
Meredith, Michael 310 
Merkiewicz, Linda 302 
Merkin, Rick 276 
Merritt, Becky 311, 318 
Merritt, Tom 293 
Merritt, Toni 314, 315 
Metts, Donna 269, 280 
Metts, Ronnie 259 
Meunier, Anne 328 
Michaelis, Beth 314 
Michelis, Rachelle 311 
Michell, Suzanne 351 
Michels, Katherine 302 
Michols, Morri 326 
Midulla, Nick 284 
Mikell, Chalmers 265 
Milazzo, Michelle 314 
Milazzo, Michellle 315 
Milchin, Mike 162, 282 
Miles, Dewitt 293, 344 
Miles, Mel 330 
Miller, Ansel 237, 275 
Miller, Christy 351 
Miller, Dave 283 
Miller, Donna 238 



Miller, Dr. 279 
Miller, Ellen 295, 304 
Miller, Henry 263 
Miller, Kelley 234, 277 
Miller, Kimberly 314, 
315, 331 

Miller,, Kristy 351 
Miller, Lee 318 
Miller, Lisa 242, 280, 
294, 318 

Miller, Marci 311, 324 
Miller, Melissa 289, 318 
Miller, Stacy 326 
Miller, Trudy 351 
Milliken 110 
Mills, Andy 252 
Milne, Joey 332 
Milsap, Paige 314 
Mims, Matt 330 
Mims, Scott 256 
Minion, Mike 249 
Mire, Kelley 249 
Mishoe, Philip 250 
Missroon, Mark 310 
Mitchell, Bruce 316, 
317 

Mitchell, David 245 
Mitchell, Grace Ann 
280, 328 
Mitchell, Suzanne 241 





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538 N. RECORDS 



Mizell, Whitney 295, 

304 

Moak, Mandy 250, 294 

Mobley, Edel 266 

Mobley, Elena 350 

Moehlich, Debbie 293 

Mohan, Judith 245 

Mohler, Scott 346 

Mongelluzzo, Mark 

316, 317 

Monnett, Greg 265 

Monroe, Jammie 312 

Montgomery, Lori 297, 

343 

Montgomery, Martha 

320, 321, 333 

Moon, Tyler 308, 309 

Moon, Veronica 233, 

265 

Mooney, Andrea 343 

Moore, Allison 297, 304 

Moore, Chuck 316 

Moore, David 238 

Moore, Debi 272, 278 

Moore, Jackie 320 

Moore, Lee 245 

Moore, Marcus 244 

Moore, Meredith 307 

Moore, Michael 274 

Moore, Nannette 307 



Moore, Scott 238, 291 
Moore, Susan 256 
Moore, Wayne 271 
Moore, Will 353 
Moorefield, Jennifer 
318 

Moorman, Amy 334 
Morabito, Chris 344, 
345 

Morabito, Michelle 234, 
241, 326, 327, 344 
Morats, Vickie 263 
Morgan, Ed 330 
Morgan, Janet 236, 267 
Morgan, Porter 310 
Morocco, Chris 185 
Morrice, Amanda 324 
Morrill, Jeanine 334 
Morris, John 266 
Morris, Rob 353 
Morris, Scott 268 
Morrison, Laura 304 
Morrison, Patti 324 
Morrison, Patty 325 
Morrison, Scott 249 
Morrow, Sonia 233, 263 
Morse, Robert 232, 236, 
276 

Morton, Elizabeth 266 
Morton, Holly 268 



Morton, Jimmy 252 
Morton, Mandy 245 
Moser, Tim 238 
Mosrie, Brian 241, 336, 
337 

Mosteller, Shannon 
334, 335, 343 
Mott, Marci 314 
Motyka, Kevin 263 
Mountain, Carrie 245, 
320 

Mulherin, Harold 273 
Mullen, Vikki 320 
MuUikan, Marie 314 
Mullinax, Mike 353 
Mullinax, Richard 259 
Munn, Ted 252, 263 
Munsey, Paige 304 
Murari, Anjali 314, 315 
Murphy, Jim 342 
Murphy, Michelle 238 
Murray, Bruce 284 
Murray, Charles 238 
Murray, Debbie 238 
Murray, Gail 290 
Murray, Kim 263 
Musaschi, Mark 274 
Myers, Gretchen 287 
Myers, Melanie 294 
Myers, Patty 263 



Myrick, Kate 258, 281 



Nobody — an- 
swer to TAPS' 
most popular 
questions, "Who did 
... ?" and "Who will 



Najjar, Thomas 284 
Nance, Eva 260 
Nanney, Susan 231, 
242, 304 
Nash, Bob 293 
Nastasi, Ken 291, 330 
Nathurst, Kelly 314 
Nauright, Allen 256 
NcGeehan, Denise 326 
Neal, Beth 239, 343 
Nealy, Randall 248 
Neaman, Kelly 314 
Neely, Diane 291 
Neilson, Kirk 259 
Nelon, George Michael 
269 

Nelson, Amy 246 
Nelson, Joe 234, 236, 
241, 336, 337, 348 



Nelson, Scott 338 
Nelson, Vicki 233, 249, 
263 

Nesmith, Kim 240 
Newborn, Edward 322 
Newell, Angel 263 
Newman, James 291 
Newnam, Leigh 252 
Newton, Betsy 233, 263 
Newton, Lynne 264 
Newton, Todd 344 
Nichols, Mike 312 
Nicholson, James 260 
Nicholson, Jimmy 265 
Nicholson, Laurens 322 
Nicholson, Richard 
244, 245, 293 
Nicolakakos, Sophia 
302, 303 

Nielson, Sven 340 
Niemer, Greg 344 
Nix, Cheryl 289 
Nix, David 340 
Nix, Kirk 308 
Noble, Kimberly 241, 
304 

Nobles, Shannon 245 
Nocher, Karen 314 
Nocht, Kris 256, 339 
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539 



I 



,;: niiii, ivey 261 
•!orri~. Brad 283 

■rrye 326, 

n, Julie 297 
Norton, Kim 246 
Norton, Rob 283 
Novak, Ray 277 
Novak, William 268 
Nowlin, Margo 233, 261 
Nugent, Suzanne 324, 
325, 349 
Nunn, Arlington 188 







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O'Brien, Jackie 293, 314 
O'Brien, Nancy 320, 
321 

O'Cain, Jennifer 304 
O'Cain, Karen 289 
O'Connor, Sheila 302 
O'Davis, David 308 
O'Keefe, Kim 328 
O'Malley, Jean Anne 



304 

O'Neal, Ramona 289 

O'Neill, Kevin 285 

O'Neill, Maureen 314 

O'Rourke, Brian 231, 

237 

O'Rourke, Mike 251 

O'Shields, Brian 271 

O'Steen, Allyson 234, 

240 

Obney, Mary 302 

Ockeloen, Hanneke 280 

Odell, Gail 263 

Odom, Steve 260 

Oglesby, Belinda 257 

Okner, Coleen 231 

Oldaker, Roy 249 

Olden, Ellen 241 

Olomiewski, Laua 302 

Olsen, Karen 320 

Ondo, Meg 287 

Orebaugh, Kristin 324 

Orfanedes, Laraine 334 

Ornstein, Gary 346 

Orr, Bill 283 

Orton, Mary 334, 349 

Osborne, Michelle 314, 

315 

Osborne, Tassie 347 

Osborne, Tassy 324 



Osbourne, Richie 336 
Otlowski, Lori 324 
Ouimet, Christian 346 
Overstreet, Mark 267 
Owens, Beth 320 
Owens, Charlotte 250 
Owens, Danny 332 
Owens, Karen 277, 326 



Prerequisite — 
dirty word found 
in the course di- 
rectory. 



Pace, Kim 263, 339 
Pack, Todd 268 
Padgett, Dell 339 
Padgett, John 232, 236 
Padgett, Lisa 230, 232, 
264 

Page, Brian 164, 285 
Page, Cathy 268 
Page, Mike 330 
Pagett, Forest 272 
Pakert, Lynne 284 
Palmer, Kristen 302 
Palmer, Kristin 243 
Paradeces, Jim 308 



Parish, Mark 251 
Parken, Tony 271 
Parker, Julie 304, 305 
Parker, Kathy 326 
Parker, Matt 310 
Parker, Pam 318 
Parker, Paul 233 
Parker, Shawn 282 
Parker, Shea 318 
Parker, Tim 282 
Parks, David 330 
Parmenter, Heather 
247 

Parowski, Barbara 324 
Parris, Keith 283 
Parris, Kevin 276 
Parsons, Ellen 297 
Parsons, Sheri 242 
Passilla, Connie 304 
Pate, Kirby 236 
Patlen, Darren 285 
Patnode, Steve 287 
Patrick, Susie 314 
Patterson, Daniel 231 
Patterson, Lee 308 
Paulikonie, Vanessa 
302 

Paulikonis, Vanessa 
275 
Paulino, John 342 



Payne, Beth 333 
Payne, Chris 289, 308 
Payne, Edward 236 
Payne, Matt 256, 271 
Pearce, Kim 320, 321 
Pearson, Carl 344 
Pearson, Karen 232 
Pearson, Marilyn 253, 
277 

Pearson, Pam 304, 312, 
313 

Peck, Cathy 304 
Peden, Margie 271 
Pelletier, Sandy 274 
Pelliter, Sandy 320 
Pendleton, Liz 320 
Penick, Sarah 241, 245 
Pennebaker, Ed 244, 
308, 309 

Pennington, Calvin 259 
Penoyer, John 316 
Pepper, Bill 252 
Perella, Nancy 318 
Pereyo, Michael 344 
Perkins, Roderick 352 
Perrault, Mike 353 
Perrine, Cassandra 343 
Perry, Michael Dean 
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INDEX X. 541 



.^rew, Marvelyn 

:.ler, Pam 287 
."'fister, Bob 346 
;^haneuf, Paul 332 
'hilips, Robert 285 
iips, Beth 240, 320, 

Phillips, Charles 271 
Phillips, David 238 
Phillips, Elizabeth 304 
Phillips, Graham 245 
Phillips, John 291 
Phillips, Lisa 302, 303 
Phillips, Tissy 324, 325 
Phillips, Tom 346, 347 
Pickering, Tara 320 
Pietsch, Krista 314 
Pifer, Mark 330 
Pigeon, Todd 241, 268, 
316, 348 
Pike, Jason 306 
Pitera, Merrie Jo 235, 
252, 279 

Pitman, Bill 260 
Pitre, Daniel 252 
Pitser, Kenny 250 
Pittman, Jenny 324 
Pitts, Amy 242, 328 
Pitts, Elizabeth 272 
Pitts, Melinda 275 
Pitts, Mike 232, 236, 
276 

Pledger, Charlie 241 
Plomaritis, Kevin 310 
Plummer, Christy 328 
Poat, Robbin 314 
Poe, Melissa 302 
Poffell, Angle 334 
Polk, Jayne 266 
Pollard, Ann 241, 304 
Pomeranz, Mike 282 
Poole Agricultural Cen- 
ter 108 

Poole, Allison 284 
Poole, Mary Beth 231, 
242, 324, 325 
Poole, Stephanie 266 
Poole, Thomas 233, 
265, 291 

Pope, Alan 231, 233, 
236, 265, 297, 344 
Pope, Diana 58 
Pope, Loundes 322 
Porcher, Charles 291, 
330 

Porcher, Cordes 237 
Porio, Andrew 233, 252, 
263 



Porter, Jeff 260, 316 
Poston, Andrea 304 
Poston, Dan 275, 306 
Poston, Gina 253 
Poston, Tanya 334 
Poston, Terri 289 
Poteat, Cathy 334 
Potser, Ken 250 
Potter, Matt 344 
Pough, Cassie 253 
Powell, Eric 308 
Powell, Lee 322 
Powell, Rebecca 302, 
303 

Powell, Shea 318 
Powell, Wofford 237 
Power, Joanne 282 
Prater, Mary Ann 118 
Pratt, Karen 343 
President's Honors 
Colloquim 104 
Pressley, Marilyn 238 
Prey, Kristin 240 
Price, Alice 318 
Price, David 256 
Price, Julie 261 
Price, Robin 239, 326 
Price, Scott 338 
Pridemore, Jennifer 
314 

Pritchard, Glenn 238, 
260, 297 

Prochaska, Paul 332 
Prochaske, Pat 314 
Procopio, Laurie 241 
Pruden, Beth 311 
Pruett, Carolyn 294 
Prugh, Johnny 244 
Pruit, Ellen 334 
Pruitt, Beth 256 
Pruitt, Ellen 335 
Pruitt, Jon 330 
Pruitt, Michelle 232 
Pryor, Jerry 289 
Psota, Any 318 
Psychology Depart- 
ment 146 
Ptak, Colleen 334 
Puckhaber, Chad 346 
Puffenbarger, Sara 241 
Pugh, Tommy 340 
Pulley, Kendra 302 
Pullum, Cindy 318 
Puri, Ravi 245 
Purkerson, Bill 260 



Q 



uick — let's go 
on to the next 
one. 



Quaresima, Tammy 286 

Quarles, Angela 268, 

278, 343 

Quarles, Pat 241, 336 

Quattlebaum, Dan 332 

Quattlebaum, Michael 

245 

Queen's College 110 



Roommate(s) — 
Michael 
ditched his. 
Well, what can we say. 
Sometimes we have two 
many. 



Rabb, Stuart 330 
Radcliffe, Leslie 302 
Radford, Kim 272, 326, 
327 

Raines, Jim 297 
Rainey, Craig 265 
Rainwater, Bubba 322 
Ralston, Michele 296, 
328 

Ram, Sam the 312 
Ramanujam, R. 281 
Ramey, Dave 332 
Ramey, Jon 332 
Ramsden, Paige 334 
Ramsey, Marshall 348 
Ramsey, Stephanie 314, 
315, 322, 323 
Randolph, Bill 284, 285 
Rasheed, Allen 340 
Rast, Db 259 
Rast, Ed 259 
Rast, Edward 265 
Ratcliffe, Courtney 334 
Rau, Meiinda 279, 320 
Ranch, Chip 258 
Ravenel, Mary 314 
Rawl, Chris 264, 306 
Rawls, Leslie 351 
Reaves, Timothy 352 
Reckling, Terry 252 
Redding, Cille 318 
Redding, Rhoda 258, 
277, 351 

Redding, Trisha 242 
Reece, Charlie 275 
Reece, Karen 20, 351 



Reece, Sharon 268 
Reeves, Donna 252, 290, 
351 

Reeves, Kevin 338 
Reichard, Scott 230, 
264 

Reichenbach, Andrew 
306 

Reid, Julie 287 
Reid, Sandi 326 
REM 90 

Renshaw, John 342 
Replogle, Teresa 287 
Rettbert, Harv 265 
Retter, Kelley 241 
Revls-Wagner, C. Ken- 
yon 272 

Reynolds, Heather 297, 
319 

Reynolds, Jimmy 236 
Rhinehardt, Gina 231 
Rhodes, Kim 238 
Rhodes, Suzannne 326 
Ribstein, Cassie 318 
Ricardo, Lucy 41 
Riccardi, Chris 340 
Rice, Frank 265 
Rice, Penny 270 
Rice, Ron 336, 337 
Rice, Scott 247 
Rice, Shannon 243 
Rich, John 344 
Richardson, Buddy 265 
Richardson, Elaine 297 
Richardson, Ken 250 
Richardson, Kent 294 
Richardson, Margaret 
328 

Richardson, Paige 339 
Richardson, Rich 266 
Richardson, Sarah Ann 
324 

Richie, Todd 340 
Richmond, Richie 284 
Rickenbacker, Carla 
326 

Rickenbacker, Rebecca 
264 

Rickenbaker, Shannon 
324 

Riddle, Keith 346 
Ridgeway, Alan 247 
Ridgeway, Stephen 322 
Riemensnider, Robert 
338 

Riley, Melinda 241, 314 
Riley, Sue 304 
Ring, Terry 240 
Ripley, Julie 320 



Ritchie, Kevin 242 
Ritchie, Todd 242 
Rittenhouse, Karen 319 
Rivers, Angle 249 
Robelot, Jane 41 
Roberson, Sara 253 
Roberts, Alan 310 
Roberts, Christi 304 
Roberts, Crystal 334 
Roberts, Greg 316, 317, 
348 

Roberts, Jodi 297, 318 
Roberts, Kelly 293 
Roberts, Megan 320 
Roberts, Robin 252 
Roberts, Scott 266, 332 
Robertson, Janet 266 
Robertson, Laurie 238 
Robertson, Peyton 271 
Robertson, Rob 322 
Robeson, Scott 316 
Robinette, Lisa 320, 321 
Robinson, Danny 251 
Robinson, David 249 
Robinson, Doug 310 
Robinson, Douglas 245 
Robinson, Greg 332 
Robinson, Hank 292, 
340 

Robinson, John 249 
Robinson, Julie 314 
Robinson, Katie 302 
Robinson, Kevin 253 
Robinson, Melissa 261 
Robinson, Mike 308 
Robinson, Ronnie 253 
Roble, Kristi 324, 325 
Roby, Cathy 252 
Roby, Michele 263, 290 
Roby, Therese 263, 290 
Rochester, Bill 346 
Rock, Jason 283 
Rodgers, Barry 232, 236 
Rodgers, Sallie 320 
Roeder, Jimmy 332 
Rogan, Kelli 249 
Rogers, Becky 266 
Rogers, Bill 238 
Rogers, Brian 346, 347 
Rogers, Darren 233, 265 
Rogers, Helen 282 
Rogers, Kelly 275 
Rogers, Marie 256 
Roghenhausler, Sharon 
230 

Rohe, Anne-Renee 334 
Rolinson, Connie 253 
Rolleston, Angela 271 
Rollin, Rodger 236 



542 



RECORDS 



Rolston, Clay 310 
Roman, Russell 297 
Romano, Anastassia 
268 

Rooney, Kim 287 
Rooney, Rob 287 
Rootes, James 284 
Rootes, John 284 
Roper, Joy 306, 307 
Roper, Tee 260 
Roseborough, Veronica 
240, 280 

Rosemond, Shannon 
351 

Rosenburger, Kurt 283 
Rosinski, Michael 274 
Ross, Jon 266, 338 
Ross, Susan 314, 315 
Rossi, Gina 318 
Rost, Edward 233 
Rouse, Chip 308 
Rowell, Rudy 253 
Rowland, Joe 282 
Rowland, Russ 238 
Rowland, Russell 245 
Roy, Steve 266 
Royster, Christina 305 
Ruais, Kristen 243 
Ruark, Steven 294 
Ruckman, Nancy 328 



Rudeen, Kristy 293, 319 
Ruff, Lea Ann 307 
Runey, Billy 310 
Runey, Christine 324 
Runge, Theresa 304 
Russel, Jill 351 
Russell, Bradley 232 
Russell, Jill 273, 351 
Russell, Juleen 266 
Russell, Julleen 334 
Russell, Lisa 328 
Russell, Michelle 280 
Russell, Sean 310 
Rutenis, Paul 179 
Rutens, Paul 284 
Ruzycki, Scott 241 
Ryan, Bridget 241, 275 
Ryan, Mike 322 

Staff — will we 
have one next 
year? Ha! Did we 
have one this year? 



S.C. Research Author- 
ity 109 

Saccani, Stacy 312, 313, 
314 



Sacks, John 267 

Sadler, Beth 232, 334, 

335 

Sadlowski, Linda 290 

Sagona, Tori 320 

Salansky, Jill 245 

Salisby, Tom 283 

Sampson, Lorenzo 270 

Sams, Cathy 234, 241, 

328, 329 

Sams, Ferrol 104 

Samuel, Darlene 253 

Samuel, Michelle 253 

San Miguel, Rafael 274, 

308 

Sanchez, Jesus Benito 

279 

Sanders, Christina 304, 

305 

Sanders, John 247 

Sanders, Paul 260 

Sanders, T.O. 295 

Sanford, Todd 353 

Sange, Jabeen 264 

Santivasci, Jerome 282 

Sartory, Rick 234, 236, 

297, 340 

Saunders, Kim 291 

Sawyer, Darci 275 

Saylor, Jeff 346, 347 



Sayre, Denise 238 

Scaftolini, Missy 326 

Schaaf, Sally 318, 331 

Schaaff, Lesley 320 

Schachte, Bill 293, 344, 

345 

Schade, Doug 291 

Schaeffer, Joey 334 

Schafer, Susan 232 

Schaff, Sally 319 

Schaible, Chip 259 

Schaupp, Maj. 238 

Schaupp, Shannon 238 

Schelbe, John 242 

Scherer, Kris 314 

Schimsa, Debbie 230, 

231 

Schleicher, Scott 312 

Schlock, Michelle 320 

Schlosser, Julie 302 

Schmauch, George 344, 

345 

Schmersal, Jeff 260 

Schmidt, Suzanne 246, 

334 

Schmitz, Christa 266 

Schmoyer, Ben 332 

Schoen, Mark 246 

Schofield, Joey 336 

Scholl, Sandy 334 



Scholz, Joseph 250, 280 

Schommer, Sara 243, 

320 

Schraibman, Cathy 

241, 268, 280, 318 

Schramm, Lisa 274 

Schroeder, Steve 330 

Schuffenhauer, Glenn 

256 

Schulenberg, Dave 310, 

348 

Schuler, Pam 349 

Schuller, John 346 

Schurlknight, Sheri 263 

Schwartz, Jeff 242 

Schwartz, Missy 349 

Schwartz, Rick 237 

Schweers, Louie 330 

Schweitz, Beth 326 

Scoggins, Lynn 233, 

252, 263 

Scoggs, Mike 294 

Scott, English 318 

Scott, Kelly 294 

Scott, Margaret 304, 

305 

Scott, Mark 280 

Scott, Melodie 276 

Scott, Patricia 240 

Scoville, Meg 318, 323 



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544 X. RECORDS 



Seabrook, Robin 245 
Seal, Rob 266 
Sease, Brad 306 
Seastrunk, Elizabeth 
273 

Seavey, David 344 
Seavy, David 345 
Seay, Rob 247 
Seegars, Joe 247 
Segal, Sheryl 287 
Segars, George 322 
Seigler, Angle 320 
Seigler, Darren 291 
Self, Jay 322 
Selleg, Gail 251, 314 
Sellers, Cindy 324 
Sells, Peggy 289 
Sells, Tamatha 235, 279 
Selsor, Quinn 316 
Serock, Vince 316 
Serrano, Manuel 274, 
306 

Serrett, Saundra 231 
Sessions, Keith 338 
Sexton, Kevin 271 
Seyle, Rusty 183 
Shackelford, Clay 258 
Shackleford, Clay 266 
Shahriari, Kris 231, 232 
Shall, Jennifer 351 



Shaluly, Rich 266 

Shaluly, Richard 250 

Shank, Suzanne 326 

Shanks, Catie 266 

Sharbough, Patrick 340 

Shariari, Kris 324 

Sharp, Drummond 245 

Shaw, Linda 353 

Shaw, Lisa 278 

Shaw, Rosalind 243, 

253 

Shea, Katie 326 

Shea, Rebecca 279, 326 

Sheak, Stacey 304 

Shearer, Willie 231 

Sheehan, Jill 302 

Sheer, Linda 351 

Shell, Ken 245 

Shepard, Bryan 340 

Sheppard, Rose Mary 

304 

Sherburne, Mike 238 

Sherer, Beth 261 

Sherman, Chris 209, 

286 

Sherman, Laughton 

322 

Sherman, Sandee 328 

Sherman, Trini 240 

Sherrerd, Suzanne 351 



Shevick, Bud 238 
Shields, Ellen 318 
Shields, Gigi 245 
Shields, Randy 340 
Shine, Jamie 340 
Shipton, Donna 291 
Shirley, Laura 339 
Shuler, Julie 343 
Shuler, Melissa 318 
Shuler, Pam 302, 303 
Shuler, Patti 318 
Shuler, Suzanne 251, 
304 

Shull, Ashley 231 
Shull, Davie 236, 260 
Sieverdes, Chris 231, 
237 

Simmon, Laura 315 
Simmonds, Beth 314 
Simmons, Becky 302 
Simmons, Darren 283 
Simmons, Jill 231 
Simmons, Nadra 287 
Simms, Pat 330 
Simon, Laura 314 
Simon, Shannon 324 
Simonet, Rick 310 
Simonis, Cathy 314, 315 
Simons, Becky 326 
Simpson, James 256 



Simpson, Sandra 297, 
314 

Sims, Leslie 304 
Sims, Ted 248 
Sinclair, Becky 238 
Sinclair, Chris 342 
Siner, Mark 332 
Singel, Andrea 334 
Singletary, Beth 231 
Singleton, Courtney 
326 

Singleton, Stacey 243 
Sirrine Hall 36 
Sisk, Julia 250 
Sisk, Todd 271 
Sisson, Lark 318 
Sisson, Lark Annette 41 
Sisson, Reed 249 
Siu, Ricky 316 
Siudzinski, Robert 250, 
294, 297 

Skelton, Carol 351 
Skelton, Tom 237 
Skov, Henrik 282 
Slattery, Beth 261 
Slattery, Spencer 245 
Slaughter, Tim 284 
Slayback, Scott 249 
Slowik, Stephie 314 
Slye, Jill 312, 313 



Small, Mary Margaret 
304 

Smalls, Tomiko 253, 
294 

Smalls, Wendy 253 
Smart, Lisa 268 
Smart, Ted 271 
Smart, Tracey 302, 303 
Smigelski, Cheri 304 
Smith, Alan 308, 332 
Smith, Alphonso 289 
Smith, Barney 241, 332 
Smith, Bottie 326 
Smith, Brad 272 
Smith, Brent 344 
Smith, Buck 238 
Smith, Carole 259 
Smith, Chip 294, 297 
Smith, Chris 283 
Smith, Christy 239 
Smith, Corinne 231 
Smith, Courtney 318 
Smith, Dottie 236, 327 
Smith, Frances 324 
Smith, Hugh 264, 306 
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Smith, Jean 256 
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RECORDS 



Smith, Korinne 351 
Smith, Larry 236 
Smith, Laura 75, 271 
Smith, Lauren 334 
Smith, Lisa 241, 263, 
304, 318 

Smith, Mack 289 
Smith, Mark 322 
Smith, Michelle 314 
Smith, Nathan 264, 
265, 275, 306, 348 
Smith, Paul 312 
Smith, Randall 316, 317 
Smith, Richard 346, 
347 

Smith, Russ 252, 263 
Smith, Russell 233 
Smith, Shawn 346 
Smith, Sherri 343 
Smith, Sherry 302 
Smith, Tami 243, 318 
Smith, Tammy 339 
Smith, Ted 346, 347 
Smith, Tonya 351 
Smith, Wes 340 
Smith, Wesley 265 
Smitty, Jeff 332 
Smoak, Michel 314 
Smoley, Beth 314, 315 
Smurf, Pizza 332 



Snape, Scott 251 

Sneed, Allison 318 

Sneed, Paula 320 

Sneed, Sherri 334 

Snell, Virginia Page 324 

Snelsire, Jill 231 

Snider, Todd 252 

Snipes, Susan 277 

Snow, Erik 249 

Snyder, Carin 324 

Soderlund, Keith 342, 

343 

Soderlund, Todd 342 

Soehnlin, Cheryl 231, 

268 

Sojourner, Ruthie 324, 

325 

Solesbee, Joni 231, 234, 

314, 315 

Solesbel, Doni 349 

Solie, Tim 271 

Sons, Jami 234, 277, 

320, 321, 349 

Sorrell, Collette 320, 

321 

Spackman, Chris 289 

Spain, Nicole 240 

Spayd, Tracy 304 

Spear, Susie 252 

Spencer, Tom 308, 309 



Speroni, Joe 332 

Spiers, Bill 158, 162, 

282 

Spies, Mark 346 

Spiropolis, Jim 340 

Sposato, Lisa 240 

Spratley, Tonya 241, 

253, 277 

Sprouse, Scott 238 

Sprouse, Stephen 274 

Squires, Wendy 324 

Srinivasan, Srivaths 

246 

Ssssarnese, John 283 

St George, Anne 302 

St. Laurent, Pam 280, 

314, 315 

Stafferd, Suanne 304 

Stafford, Nicole 164, 

284 

Staley, Richard 291 

Stall, Jennifer 351 

Stamey, John 232, 236 

Stamps, Eric 332 

Standridge, James 342 

Stanton, Brian 310 

Stanton, Doug 233, 263 

Starcher, Bill 250 

Stark, Lisa 232, 280 

Starr, Tracy 318 



Stasney, John 346, 347 

Stathis, John 340 

Steele, Bill 282 

Steele, Margaret 233, 

263 

Steele, Shannon 314, 

315 

Stegall, Bryan 267 

Stein, Billy 259 

Stephan, Laurie 164, 

284 

Stephens, Todd 336, 

337 

Stephens, Tony 181 

Stephenson, Paul 245 

Stevens, James 291 

Stevenson, Jack 104, 

105 

Steward, Kim 290 

Stewart, Allison 312, 

313 

Stewart, Sonya 245 

Stier, Scott 287 

Stikeleather, Jennifer 

263 

Stillwell, Heather 302 

Stilwell, Heather 241 

Stinecipher, Jancie 297 

Sting, B. 312 

Stinson, Dana 268 



Stipp, Noel 243 
Stisser, Nina 290 
Stitt, Kate 324 
Stockham, Erik 259 
Stone, Doug 336, 337 
Stone, John 238 
Stone, Sonja 302, 303 
Stork, Kat 294, 320 
Stott, Jennifer 275 
Stouthamer, Steve 346 
Stover, Molly 238 
Strain, Tonia 343 
Stratton, Darci 247, 263 
Strickland, Bart 336 
Stringer, Cammie 324 
Stripling, Beverly 326, 
327 

Strong, Paul 290 
Strovel, John 340 
Stuart, Crosland 275 
Stuckey, Pete 275 
Stuckey, Valerie 304 
Student Advisory 
Council 118 
Stuhr, Catherine 318, 
341 

Stukes, Meg 318, 323 
Stura, Kim 324 
Sturcken, Laura 231 
Sturkey, David 342 



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INDEX 



547 



m 



.£66 
tiii. don 330 

Sub.., ...,:ui 233, 262 
Sudduth, Bryan 105 
Sulaiman, Shabnam 
281 

■sullins. Stacy 318 
Sullivan, Brian 252 
Sullivan, John 164, 285 
Sullivan, Kristin 314 
Sullivan, Michael 256 
Sullivan, Scott 247, 266 
Sullivan, Shawn 249 
Sullivan, Skyler 324, 
325 

Sullivan, Susie 304 
Summers, Boyd 322 
Summers, Derrick 253 
Summers, Elizabeth 
318, 323 

Summers, Kim 311, 318 
Sumner, Susan 314 
Sutton, Kelly 312 
Swale, Chris 346 
Swaney, Russell 260 
Swann, Melanie 244, 
245, 324, 325 
Swanson, Dawn 302 
Swanson, Jeff 346 
Swartwood, Steve 310, 
348 

Swartz, Julie 242, 250, 
320 

Swearingen, Chuck 340 
Sweatman, William 339 
Sweatman, William C. 
338 

Sweet, George 316 
Sweet, Nanette 318 
Swett, Jeff 238 
Swicord, Tim 293 
Swiedaryk, John 316 
Swygert, Richard 259 



Tautology, tau- 
tology, tautol- 
ogy, tautology, 
tautology, tautology, 
tautology, tautology. 



Tabatabai, Susan 328 
Tacca, Jeff 312 
Tacca, Jeffrey 265 
Tanner, Denise 271 
Tant, Tammy 233, 252, 
263 

Tarlton, Chuck 346 
Tarrio, Jose 287 
Tate, Marisa 238 
Tavoris, Mike 293 
Taylor, Angle 302 



Taylor, Belinda 324 
Taylor, Deanna 262 
Taylor, James 276, 342 
Taylor, Jill 263 
Taylor, John 342 
Taylor, Kevin 284 
Taylor, Lynn 302 
Taylor, Mallie 238 
Taylor, Marsha 261 
Taylor, Matt 266 
Taylor, Mike 330 
Tedrow, Em 250 
Tedrow, Emily 236, 250 
Tempe, Thomas 338 
Tempe, Tom 339 
Tempel, Caroline 314 
Tempel, Carolyn 240 
Terry, Elizabeth 266 
Terry, Greg 322 
Terry, Melissa 351 
Tessener, Steve 342 
Textor, Jennifer 233, 
263, 293 

Thanen, Stephanie 304 
Theimer, Trey 314 
Theodore, Joshua 344 
Theos, Chrissy 312, 
313, 328 

Therrell, Patsy 234, 
277, 326, 327 
Thigpen, Michelle 351 
Thigpen, Steven 294 
Thomas Green Clem- 
son 148 

Thomas, Andy 256 
Thomas, Brock 242, 336 
Thomas, Clay 330 
Thomas, David 245, 263 
Thomas, Jennifer 275, 
304 

Thomas, Kyle 278 
Thomas, Laura 264 
Thomas, Natalie 272, 
351 

Thomas, Peter 336, 337 
Thomas, Richard 249, 
312 

Thomas, Rosemary 
234, 275, 281 
Thomas, Tammy 275 
Thomas, Tony 237, 275 
Thomas, Traci 324 
Thomas, Wendy 319 
Thompson, Andrea 
234, 320, 321, 349 
Thompson, Bryan 336 
Thompson, Carl 232, 
249, 260 

Thompson, Carol 277 
Thompson, Cheryl 320, 
349 

Thompson, Cricket 271 
Thompson, Judy 302, 



303 

Thompson, Kim 302 
Thompson, Scott 263 
Thompson, Tonya 318 
Thomson, Pat 340 
Thonen, Kimberly 243, 
331 

Thornton, Lynn 252 
Thrasher, Dawn 339 
Threadgill, Henry 158, 
282 

Thurmon, Doug 312 
Tickner, Ann 275, 320 
Tidwell, Billy 259 
Tilander, Tammy 312 
Tillander, Tammy 313, 
314 

Tiller, Andy 312 
Tiller, Bob 310 
Tillotson, Scott 256 
Timbel, Mark 344 
Timbes, Jeni 243 
Timbes, Jenni 318 
Timbes, Mark 297 
Timm, Roy 338, 348 
Timms, Ricky 294 
Tindall, Chris 263 
Tinsley, Mike 249, 271 
Tippett, Sandy 242, 
313, 314 

Tobin, Mary Jane 302 
Todd, Alan 346 
Todd, B.J. 237 
Todd, Stacey 328 
Todd, Stacy 122 
Tollison, Gina 314, 315 
Tolmie, Ian 336 
Tomlin, Blythe 314 
Tomlin, Kit 340, 348 
Tomlinson, Brad 249 
Tomlinson,' John 236 
Tomlinson, Mayme 263 
Toms, Lisa 334, 335 
Toms, Mike 336, 337 
Toney, Michelle 244 
Tormey, Pearse 284 
Toth, Rosanne 326 
Touchberry, Vickie 237 
Townley, Anne 257 
Townsen, Ty 340 
Townsend, Dan 342 
Townsend, Dawn 256 
Townsend, Kathryn 
334 

Trado, Julie 314, 315 
Trainor, Tracy 297 
Trask, Christine 269 
Traumann, Tom 332 
Travis, Alice 263 
Travis, David 281 
Treadwell, David 183 
Treece, Christy 328 
Tretheway, Kristie 302 



Trethewey, Kristie 297 
Tribbett, Heidi 245, 302 
Tripp, Tracy 324 
Tritschler, Lara 339 
Truluck, Chuck 322 
Truluck, Kim 328 
Truluck, Sarah 314, 
315, 323 

Tucci, Cindy 286 
Tucher, Kim 326 
Tuck, Ronda 256 
Tucker, Rocky 275 
Tumblin, Bill 251 
Tummala, Srini 285 
Turbeville, Joey 330 
Turner, John 346 
Turner, Margaret 319 
Turner, Matt 263 
Turner, Matthew 252 
Turner, Rich 340 
Turner, Todd 256 
Twitty, John 346, 347 
Tyson, Sean 289 
Tyson, Sherri 276 



Underage — 
what 75% of 
the students 
actually are, but not ac- 
cording to their ID's. 



Uchhana, Raj 342 

Uldrick, Laurie 293 

Ulmer, Angeline 252, 

256 

Ulmer, Theophilus 352 

University of Georgia 

110 

Uptegrove, Ellen 264, 

328 

Urso, Susan 331 

Usher, Mary 334 

Utley, John 231 

Utz, Diane 243, 295 



Vern — mysteri- 
ous person that 
no one has ever 
seen, not even us. 



Vaccaro, Tim 266 
Vaedune, Scott 345 
Valdez, Leah 250 
Valecruz, Michael 291 
Van Alstine, Mark 268 
Van Curen, Vivian 332 
Van der Lee, Rose Ma- 
rie 275, 302 
Van Gelderan, Vince 



164 

Van Gelderen, Vince 

285 

Van Lear, David 136 

Van Womgerdem, Doug 

342 

Vance, Todd 312 

VanNunnery, Tracy 

259 

Varner, Robin 280 

Vaughan, Amy 209, 286 

Vaughan, Owen 312 

Veghte, Dave 178, 284 

Vehorn, Stephanie 318 

Vellines, Donna 320, 

321 

Vereen, Bill 246 

Verhoeven, Annie 286 

Vickery, Danny 348 

Vickory, Danny 353 

Viering, Beth Ann 334, 

335 

Vildibill, Cabell 336 

Villanueva, Dorothy 

256 

Vogel, Henry 102 

Vollenweider, Delene 

271 

Von Recum, Uta 351 

von Recum, Vera 307 

Voss, Marti 318 

Voyer, Alison 235, 279, 

326, 327 

Vucish, Kelly 238 

Vucish, Paul 238, 241 



Who? — com- 
mon ques- 
tion asked at 
TAPS. See N. 



Wade, Adam 267 
Wade, Ginny 326 
Wade, Judy 287 
Wagner, Amy 351 
Wagner, Eric 310 
Wagner, Karin 241 
Wagner, Kenyon 230 
Wagner, Michelle 256 
Wakely, Kathy 319, 341 
Wakely, Steve 340 
Wakim, Paul 231 
Waldfogel, Brent 234, 
344 

Walker, Andra 293 
Walker, Cindy 263 
Walker, Joel 310 
Walker, Keith 245 
Walker, Leigh 241, 245 
Walker, Tammy 326 
Walker, Tara 253 



548 



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INDEX 



549 



vVaiker- 



'30 
-lidy 320, 



Walkup, Julia 304, 331 
Wall, Captain 291 
Wall, Scott 344, 345 
Wallace, Jimmy 256 
Walls, Jim 346, 347, 348 
Walpole, Bryan 322 
W^alpole, Callie 318 
Walsh, Cara 234 
Walsh, Kara 324, 349 
Walters, Brandon 285 
Walters, Glenn 267 
Walters, Meg 302 
Wannamaker, Jamie 
318 

Wannamaker, Michael 
344 

Ward, Allen 330 
Ward, Chip 280 
Ward, Evelyn 238, 318 
Ward, Leslie 266 
Ward, Maureen 320, 
321 

Ward, Tina 278 
Wardlaw, Brad 252, 263 
Ware, Dave 266 
Warfford, Michelle 251 
Warren, Amy 268 



Warren, Andrew 312 
Warren, Merrell 325 
Warren, Merrill 324 
Washington, Katrina 
253 

Wasmer, Peter 342, 343 
Wasson, Jim 312 
Wasson, Michael 277 
Waters, Joni 318, 319 
Waters, Julie 304 
Waters, Kibbe 330 
Watford, Bevlee 276 
Watkins, Stephen 238 
Watkins, Todd 285 
Watkowski, Pam 276 
Watry, Tony 275, 279 
Watson, Aurelia 231, 
232, 234, 241, 277, 328, 
329 

Watson, Hunter 238 
Watson, Jeff 330 
Watson, Karen 271 
Watson, Mattee 246 
Watt, Susan 318 
Watts, Leo 308 
Watts, Mary Virginia 
231 

Way, Ralph 256 
Waylett, Body 271 
Waynick, Kelleigh 331 



Waynick, Kelliegh 328 
Weakley, Troy 252, 342 
Weathersby, Kay 343 
Weaver, Becky 241, 302 
Weaver, Jeanie 324 
Weaver, Jeannie 325 
Weaver, Lisa 347 
Weaver, Scott 346, 347 
Weaver, Troy 293, 336, 
337 

Weay, Monta 278 
Webb, Meredith 240 
Webb, Michael 247 
Weber, Alene 232 
Weber, Mark 287 
Weeks, Chuck 342 
Weeks, Shannon 314 
Weems, Leslie 302 
Weesner, Laura 314 
Weglein, Philip 277 
Weil, Julie 318 
Weinberger, David 260 
Weinheimer, Lisa 302 
Weir, Kirk 310 
Weisenburger, Christi- 
na 280 

Weiss, Susan 287 
Welborn, David 273 
Welch, Brian 346 
Welch, Bryan 245, 295 



Welch, Burt 330 
Welch, Scott 282 
Welchel, Andy 256 
Welcome Back Festival 
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Wells, Kelly 318 
Welsh, Jack 246 
Welsh, Kim 302 
Werntz, Caroline 263 
Wertz, Colie 346 
West, Sheri 232 
West, Starlene 231 
Westmoreland, Westy 
336 

Weston, Gene 330 
Whaley, Susan 324 
Whaley, Wells 238 
Wheeler, Frances 249 
Whisenant, Shannon 
324 

Whitaker, Kellye 240 
White, Janice 314, 315 
White, Jonathon 238 
White, Karen 271, 278 
White, Kelly 272 
White, Linda 286 
White, Meg 302 
White, Sabrina 253 
Whited, Jill 302 
Whitesell, Karla 318 



Whitesides, Anna 296 
Whitesides, Robert 310 
Whiting, Greg 276 
Whitlock, Chris 245, 
295, 336, 337 
Whitlow, Jennifer 313, 
314, 315 

Whitney, Doug 266 
Whitt, Daryl 234 
Whorton, David 241 
Wich, Fred 260 
Wichmann, Keith 236 
Wicker, Nancy 275 
Wiggers, Jason 259 
Wiggington, Jason 275 
Wiggins, Garynne 240 
Wigington, Rhonda 268 
Wiginton, Rhonda 351 
Wike, Elaine 240 
Wilbanks, Kelli 261 
Wilbur, Tim 259 
Wilczak, Andrzej 263 
Wiley, Laura 292 
Wilhelm, Bill 158 
Wilhelm, Sue 314, 315 
Wilhide, Jimmy 266 
Wilkens, Beth 314, 315 
Wilkes, Rich 267 
Wilkes, Rod 310 
Wilkes, Russell 234, 



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RECORDS 



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INDEX 



551 



c:.i 338 
.iff 330 



232, 



inson, Kenny 238 
'Viiiainan, lasa 349 
'v¥illems, Richard 353 
William, Lisa 232 
Williams, Becky 320 
Wiiiiams, Brooks 322 
Williams, Byron 265 
Williams, Danielle 302 
Williams, Darrell 253, 
257 

Williams, David 247 
Williams, Dawn 324 
Williams, Drew 322, 
348 

Williams, Hunter 332 
Williams, J.D. 271 
Williams, Jonathan 263 
Williams, Kelly 240, 
314 

Williams, Kris 256, 271 
Williams, Linda 350 
Williams, Mark 312 
Williams, Marty 112 
Williams, Melanie 334 
Williams, Mike 310 
Williams, Missy 243, 
320 

Williams, Ray 162, 282 
Williams, Renee 289 
Williams, Robin 326 
Williams, Rodney 184, 
187 

Williams, Steve 282 
Williams, Susan 326 
Williams, Thad 264 



Williams, Tim 236 
Williams, Trevor 332 
Williams, Tyra 256 
Williams, Tyron 265 
Willimon, Angle 266, 
314 

Willimon, Lisa 236, 
293, 314 

Willingham, Angle 304 
Willis, Scott 268 
Wills, Trey 245 
Wilson, Amy 242, 304 
Wilson, Brad 241, 344 
Wilson, Chris 346 
Wilson, Dawn 304 
Wilson, Gene 258 
Wilson, Hal 308, 309 
Wilson, Heath 316 
Wilson, Julie 318, 319 
Wilson, Laurens 340 
Wilson, Margaret 351 
Wilson, Marshal 312 
Wilson, Matthew 245 
Wilson, Rand 263 
Wilson, Scarlett 314 
Wilson, Tony 259 
Wimberly, Susan 290 
Winchip, Joel 256 
Windhorn, Michael 279 
Wingate, Deidre 334 
Winkopp, Elizabeth 
304 

Winkopp, Tom 346, 347 
Winn, Bonnie 314 
Winn, Jennifer 275 
Winn, Lisa 307 
Wise, Laurin 246 
Wise, Stephanie 232, 
233, 236, 265, 304, 305 



Wisner, Cathy 312, 313 

Wissing, Julie 268, 280 

Wist, Christina 297 

Witherspoon, Gayland 

237 

Witherspoon, Linda 

Ann 326, 327 

Wittman, David 282 

Witzig, Christime 326, 

Witzig, Christine 241, 

269, 327, 326 

Wixson, Bobby 102, 103 

Wolf, Adam 308 

Wolf, Lynda 302 

Wolf, Nancy 234, 349 

Wolfe, Mike 340 

Wolff, Lisa 314 

Wollenhaupt, Glen 266 

Wollenhaupt, Mark 312 

Wolterman, Cindi 324 

Wolterman, Cindy 325 

Wood, Beth 351, 353 

Wood, Chris 256, 273 

Wood, Cindy 328, 329 

Wood, Debbie 314, 331 

Wood, Dr. Garth 64 

Wood, Garth 104 

Wood, Jim 294 

Woodall, Roman 233, 

252 

Woodard, Toby 238, 

245 

Woodham, Gina 320 

Woodham, Jill 320 

Woodland, Christine 

295 

Woolford, Donnell 181, 

188 

Wright, Eugene 278 



Wright, Jane 334 
Wright, Melanie 328 
Wright, Nancy 302, 303 
Wright, Rhonda 304, 
341 

Wright, Susan 246, 266 
Wyatt, Dan 242, 322 
Wyatt, Roger 308, 309 
Wyer, Patrick 312 
Wylie, Julie 326 



X 

order." 



erox — word 
often associat- 
ed with "out of 



Xenakis, Maria 324 



Yards — what 
Clemson doesn't 
gain by running 
up the middle. 



Yanity, Robert 294 
Yarborough, Mark 236 
Yarborough, Ruthie 
307 

Yates, Brew 336, 337 
Yates, Karen 265 
Yeager, Kris 307 
Yeargin, Tammy 326 
Yike, Stacy 261 
Ying, Shawn 263 
Yoder, Mike 275, 279 



Yokly, Scott 312 
Yon, Jamey 322 
Yon, Kevin 271 
Yon, Robert 330 
Yonce, Greg 308 
Yorkanin, Jenny 286 
Young, Amy 314, 315 
Young, Joe 340 
Young, John 332 
Young, Keith 271 
Young, Mark 340 
Young, Randy 238 
Young, Stacey 314 
Youngblade, Allen 291, 
312 

Youngblood, Chuck 353 
Youngblood, Susan 324 
Yue, Hon Chun 236 



Zymurgy — the 
chemistry of fer- 
mentation, as ap- 
plied in brewing, etc. 



Zabel, Julie 326, 327 
Zachary, Kim 272 
Zalkan, Todd 312 
Zeasor, Tom 306 
Zehfuss, Amy 250 
Zehrung, Bill 266 
Zheng, Yuan 138 
Ziegler, Gene 322 
Zimmer, Katie 304 
Zimmerman, James 270 
Zobel, Bill 332 
ZoUicoffer, Jay 308, 309 



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of nine inches by twelve inches. It 
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Body Copy is 10 point Century 
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way. without their ideas. dedication(?) 
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would not have been possible. 



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Collegiate Concepts 

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Mom and Dad 
Janet Morgan 
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Student Development 

The Tiger 

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The End 

Of A Year 

And The End 

Of An Era 




As we approached the end of our yearbook and our first century, 
we wanted to look back on all that was new and exciting in Clem- 
son's ninety-ninth year. 

This year we got to see the NCAA championship won in the new 
soccer stadium by Coach Ibrahim's young team. A new computer 
center was opened to help us expand. Two colleges got new deans 
ready to lead their schools into the next century, and our thirteenth 
president, Max Lennon, began implementation of his Second Centu- 
ry Plan. We certainly ended our first century with more than a few 
new beginnings. 

We left this year with great hope that our next century would be 
able to surpass our present one in honors and accomplishments. Not 
only were we approaching the end, we were approaching a new 

beginning.^^V 

Joel Lehrer 



Michael J. Morga 
Around campus, squirrels are as common- 
place as students and professors. 

In the last picture to make all Zoology ma- 
jors famous, Ornithology students use 
questars and binoculars to look at buffle- 
head ducks, sanderlings and ring-billed 
gulls at Huntington Beach. 

The huge storm which hit in early January 
blanketed the campus with about twelve 
inches of snow. Most areas were disrupted 
with footprints but some weren't. 

Potential Clemson students (in about ten 
years) get a bird's eye view of the amphi- 
theater and reflection pond. 




Debbie Myers 



558 X. CLOSING 




Tina Chapman 



CLOSING X. 559 



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